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These have been very very tough days: Clinton on poll loss

Washington: Speaking for the first timesince her concession speech to President-elect Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton has said that the days following her shocking defeat in presidential polls have been “very, very tough” for her. “I am not going to sugarcoat it. These have been very, very tough days,” Clinton told her campaign members and volunteers

Clinton wins Dixville Notch midnight vote

Washington: Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on Tuesday beat Republican rival Donald Trump in Dixville Notch, a small town in New Hampshire that traditionally votes just after midnight before the Presidential election balloting starts elsewhere in the US later in the day. Clinton beat four votes, while Trump picked up two, USA Today reported. The small

Clinton moves to 4-point edge over Trump: Poll

Washington: With one day before Election Day, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has a four percentage-point lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, according to the final Fox News national pre-election poll of likely voters. Clinton’s ahead by 48-44 per cent, while Libertarian Gary Johnson received 3 per cent and Green Party’s Jill Stein 2 per cent,

Obama urges Florida voters to choose Clinton

Miami: US President Barack Obama hitting the campaign trail again asked Florida voters to choose the Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and prevent her Republican rival, Donald Trump, from getting into the White House. Obama on Sunday called upon those attending a rally at the baseball stadium in Osceola Heritage Park in central Florida and exhorted

Clinton, Trump in dead heat, show final weekend polls

  Washington:  Hillary Clinton and Donald Trumpare in a dead-heat in major polls on the final weekend before the presidential election that has the world on edge, with the two rival candidates and their surrogates scrambling through key battleground states that could prove decisive on Tuesday. Clinton (44 per cent) and Trump (43 per cent)

Clinton ‘most corrupt person ever’ to run for presidency:Trump

Washington: Donald Trump today alleged that Hillary Clinton is the “most corrupt person ever” to contest for US presidency and said her election to the White House would trigger an unmatched constitutional crisis in the US. At his maiden stint at the Republican Party’s weekly address to the nation, Trump said the time has come

Trump leads Clinton by one point: Poll

Washington: A week before the US presidential elections, Republican nominee Donald Trump has taken a slender lead of one percentage point against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for the first time since May in a major national tracking poll. Trump has overtaken Clinton in the ABC News/ Washington Post tracking poll, according to which the

Differing worldviews: Obama, Clinton and US foreign policy

Title: Alter Egos – Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, And the Twilight Struggle over American Power; Author: Mark Landler; Publisher: WH Allen/Penguin Random House; Pages: 433; Price: Rs 699 For a US President who promised not to entangle his country in any more foreign military adventures, Barack Obama mostly kept his word. But while the wars

Trump now just one point behind Clinton, says latest poll

Washington: US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has pulled within a point of Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton, polling at 45 per cent among likely US voters to Clinton’s 46 per cent, the latest Washington Post-ABC News Tracking Poll says. The results are based on a random sample of 1,781 adults surveyed by telephone on October

Clinton campaign downplays significance of FBI’s email review

Washington: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Sunday played down the significance of Federal Bureau of Investigation’s (FBI) decision to review new emails related to her email probe less than two weeks before the Election Day. When asked if the issue would likely cost Clinton the election, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook said on

Clinton calls on FBI to release details of email probe

Washington: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on the FBI Friday to release “the full and complete facts” about its review of emails related to her personal server, media reports said. “Voting is underway, so the American people deserve to get the full and complete facts immediately,” CNN quoted Clinton as saying at a news

Trump, Clinton exchange acid jokes at New York dinner 

New York: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump exchanged jokes sprinkled with acid remarks at a New York charity dinner held one day after the last presidential debate before the US elections on November 8. The two candidates managed to sit two seats from each from each other and remain – mostly – civil on Thursday

Clinton leads Trump by 12 points: Poll

Washington: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is leading Republican rival Donald Trump by 12 percentage points, according to a new national poll, up 8 points from a similar survey conducted last month. The Monmouth University poll released on Monday put Clinton ahead of Trump, 50 per cent to 38 per cent, Politico news magazine reported.

Clinton, Trump spar over lewd comments, emails in second presidential debate

St. Louis (US):  Republican Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton sparred over a number of issues including the billionaire’s lewd comments about women and the former State Department Secretary’s deleted emails, in the second presidential debate here on Sunday night. The two presidential nominees accused each other with Clinton saying Trump was “not

Clinton to outline economic proposals in Ohio speech

Columbus: US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will deliver an economic-themed address in Ohio on Monday, a media report said. According to Clinton’s campaign official, during her visits to Toledo and Akron she plans to condemn “in-it-for-yourself” corporations, targeting Wells Fargo, Mylan Pharmaceuticals and the Trump Organisation, the Politico reported. She will also lay out

Community is in pain: Clinton on killing of African-American man

Chalotte: In the wake of the death of Keith Lamont Scott’s, a 43-year-old African American man who was fatally shot by an African American police officer last month, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urged the country to heal racial divides as this community is in pain. Speaking at at a black church here on Sunday,

Clinton leading Trump by 3 points: Poll

Washington: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is leading Republican rival Donald Trump by 3 points nationwide, according to a latest poll. In a four-way matchup, Clinton bests Trump, 43 per cent to 40 per cent, the Fox News poll released on Friday said. The poll represents a slight increase in support for the Democratic nominee,

Clinton wins first presidential debate

New York: Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has won the first presidential debate, according to a new CNN/ORC poll. The poll of debate watchers put Clinton at 62 per cent while Republican rival Donald Trump lost by 27 per cent in Monday night’s debate held at the Hofstra University, New York.

Trump blames Clinton for unrest following fatal police shootings

Washington:  Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump suggested that rival Hillary Clinton was responsible for unrest after police shootings of African-Americans, saying she “supported with a nod” the idea “that cops are a racist force to our society”. Clinton “shares directly in with the responsibility for the unrest that is afflicting our country,” Trump told a

75 former US ambassadors, diplomats endorse Clinton

Washington: As many as 75 former US ambassadors and top diplomats have endorsed former secretary of state and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, arguing that her Republican rival Donald Trump is “entirely unqualified” to be the next occupant of the White House. The 70-year-old reality TV star is “ignorant” of the complex challenges that the