It has been six months since the political world was rocked to its core with the upset election of Donald Trump as President. One person who has not gotten over Trump’s victory is his opponent, Hillary Clinton.
FBI Director James Comey testified before Congress that he was “mildly nauseous’ at the thought his actions might influence the 2016 election. The definition of that term is important. A fast ride at Disneyland can be mildly nauseous while a plane caught in a storm can cause passengers to lose their lunch. The conclusion is that Comey isn’t bothered enough to avoid going on the same ride again and that chance is coming, soon, in the scrutiny of President Trump and Russia.
Louisiana US Senator John Kennedy, today, questioned FBI Director Jim Comey on the issue of the Clinton administration email matter. The questioning occurred during the Senate Intelligence Committee questioning the Director.
Specifically, Kennedy asked Comey about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assistant Huma Abedin forwarding State Department email to her then husband, Congressman Anthony Weiner.
Comey says Huma Abedin had a regular practice of forwarding Hillary Clinton’s emails to Anthony Weiner; some contained classified info. pic.twitter.com/e9mZIokthh— Fox News (@FoxNews) May 3, 2017
The Senate committee has been questioning Comey about a range of issues today, from Clinton Email to Russian hacking.
On November 8, Donald Trump won the presidency with a substantial victory over Hillary Clinton. He captured 30 states and 306 electoral votes, the most for a Republican presidential candidate since 1988. In the process, he garnered 62.8 million votes, more than any other Republican presidential candidate in history. Of course, Clinton received almost 3 million more votes than Trump, but the candidate who receives more than 270 electoral votes wins the presidency and that is what Democrats will not accept.
Today we face our future whether we are ready or not, whether we want to or not.
It's Trump vs. Clinton.
I prefer neither, but, given the choice, I can't go with Trump. However, I respect the opinions of those who have decided to push the Trump button.
Now, only four days left before the election that will change America, forever.
In a number of polls in battleground states and national surveys, Donald Trump has amazingly made the election competitive. Only one week ago, a Washington Post-ABC news poll found Hillary Clinton up by low double digits. Now, the margin has swung around rapidly to where Trump leads in the same poll.
The last time Chris Wilson and I discussed elections during a Bayoubuzz video interview, was shortly after the Democratic convention. At that time, the walls were caving in on the Republican Party and on Donald Trump. Now, six days before the elections, Trump is suddenly on a major upswing, some Democratic-strong states' walls are collapsing and the news simply gets worst every day for Hillary Clinton as Wikileaks, the FBI Director James Comey email case reopened and Obamacare put a major laceration on the nation's healthcare. Trump could hit the 270 electoral college votes. What a turnaround!!
by Ron Chapman
The Presidential Election will be held this Tuesday and every voter should consider which candidate they will cast their ballot for. Or, perhaps more importantly this time around, which candidate will you be voting AGAINST!
Jim Brown, former Louisiana’s Secretary of State knows something elections. He was a state official for 28 years. He has seen a few presidential elections over his political years spanning roughly 50 years.
On Monday, during a on online video discussion, Brown explained the latest edition of politics USA by calling the upcoming election between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as the “craziest presidential election anybody's memory”.