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Obama remains most admired man

Obama remains most admired man, edges out Trump

Obama remains most admired man: More Americans are likely to name former President Barack Obama as the man they admire most, although the gap between the former president and the current has narrowed over the last year, a poll has found.Americans once again are most likely to name Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton as the

Facebook supported Hillary, not me during presidential election: Trump

United States President Donald Trump has claimed that Facebook was on the side of his “crooked” political arch rival Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential election campaign. Trump also alleged that Hillary had spent hundreds of millions of dollars more than him on her election campaign in 2016. “Crooked Hillary Clinton spent hundreds of millions of dollars more on Presidential Election than I

Protester tries to get Trump's son in law to sign Russian flag

Protester tries to get Trump’s son in law to sign Russian flag

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS A protester on Monday tried to get U.S. President Donald Trump’s son in law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner to sign a Russian flag after his meeting with Senate Intelligence Committee staffers on Monday.The protestor, Ryan Clayton,

Hillary Clinton launches new action organization against Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton launches new action organization against Donald Trump. The Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has launched a new political action organization to fight against US President Donald Trump’s agenda and raise funds for five prominent progressive groups.I believe ,that citizen engagement at every level is central to a strong and vibrant democracy,” Clinton said announcing

Apple plans $1.4b US data centre expansion

Apple plans $1.4b US data centre expansion

Apple has announced plans for a $US1 billion ($A1.4 billion) expansion of its massive data centre east of Reno in the US state of Nevada. The spend will double its investment in the site and roughly triple its workforce at the technology campus where company officials expect to hire 100 additional workers.Apple currently has more

Hillary Clinton makes surprise appearance at UNICEF gala

New York: Katy Perry was the night’s big honoree, but Hillary Clinton got the biggest ovation as the former presidential candidate presented the pop star with an award from UNICEF at Snowflake Ball. Clinton, who lost the recent election to Donald Trump, gave Perry the Audrey Hepburn Humanitarian Award for her charitable efforts with the

US Elections 2016: Donald Trump wins presidency

Donald Trump elected 45th US President Washington: Republican Donald Trump was on Wednesday elected the new US President, defeating forecasters who had predicted a Hillary Clinton win in one of the most bitterly fought Presidential battles. Election results showed Trump’s come-from-behind victories across a swath of contested states, including his must-wins in Ohio, Florida and

Hillary Clinton, Bill, vote in New York

New York: There were cheers as Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her husband, former US President Bill Clinton, entered a polling station near their home in Chappaqua, New York, to cast their vote early on Tuesday. The Clintons voted at 8 a.m. at a local elementary school. Hillary, whom pollsters have given a slight edge

Obama posts emotional farewell letter, Facebook

Hillary more qualified to become president than Bill: Obama

Philadelphia: Rallying behind Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama has said the Democratic presidential nominee was more qualified to be the next US president than him or Bill Clinton as he termed her Republican rival Donald Trump “temperamentally unfit” to lead the country. Appearing with his wife Michelle Obama, former president Bill Clinton and his daughter

Trump gets last-minute backing from US Speaker Ryan

Washington: In a last-minute campaign boostfor Donald Trump, US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan is back on board with the Republican presidential candidate in his bid for the White House. Ryan, a top Republican, had said in early October he would no longer campaign or defend the controversial 70-year- old real estate billionaire’s comments

Kabir Bedi roots for Hillary Clinton

Mumbai: Veteran Indian actor Kabir Bedi is rooting for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and says a woman president of the US would make a “historic landmark.” Kabir on Sunday took to Twitter where he wished Clinton success for the US elections, which would be taking place on Tuesday. “Wishing Hillary Clinton all success in US

Salman Khan supports Hillary Clinton for US President

Mumbai: Superstar Salman Khan has come out in support of Hillary Clinton for President of the United States in the upcoming poll. Clinton is the Democratic Party nominee and is competing with Republican candidate Donald Trump in the election scheduled to happen November 8. “Hope you win. May god give you the strength to follow

Hillary Clinton can be a great American president: Obama

Washington: Making a strong pitch forDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as the next occupant to the White House, US President Barack Obama has said she has all the credentials to be a “great president of the United States”. “I know she can be a great President of the United States of America,” Obama said at

We’re in a strong position, says Hillary Clinton

New York: US Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday, who returned to campaign after being diagnosed with pneumonia, said she believes her campaign was performing strongly in the last leg of the 2016 campaign despite polls showing the race tightening nationally and in key swing states. Speaking to reporters following her first campaign event

Record number of Americans dislike Hillary Clinton: Poll

Washington: US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s image is at its record low with Americans in her 25-year national public life, according to a new poll. According to the Washington Post/ABC News poll on Wednesday, 56 per cent of Americans now hold unfavorable views of Clinton with 41 percent regarding the former secretary of state

Hillary Clinton to appear on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’

Los Angeles:Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will make a guest appearance on popular talk show “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”.Clinton will appear on the show on August 22 when she will be on a fundraising swing on the West Coast. Actor Leonardo DiCaprio will host the Democratic presidential nominee during the fundraiser, reports variety.com. The show, aired

Donald Trump calls Hillary Clinton ‘devil’

Washington: Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has called his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton “the devil”, taking name calling a step further, media reports said. At a campaign rally in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Trump on Monday night told the crowd that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders “made a deal with the devil” when he agreed to back Clinton

US faces ‘moment of reckoning’: Hillary Clinton

Philadelphia (US): Warning that the US isfacing a “moment of reckoning”, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton today asked Americans to unite against the divisive policies of her Republican rival Donald Trump as she promised to build a country where everyone has a job and millions of undocumented workers get a path to citizenship. “America is

Big Breaking: Hillary Clinton accepts Democratic presidential nomination

Philadelphia: Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on early Thursday formally accepted the Democratic Party’s nomination for president and pledged “steady leadership” and more economic opportunities for Americans. “I accept your nomination for President of the United States,” CNN quoted Hillary as saying as she became the first female candidate of a major US

Hillary Clinton formally nominated for US president

Washington: Hillary Clinton has been formally anointed Democratic presidential candidate, becoming the first woman to run for the White House on behalf of a major US political party. “Are we ready to make some history?” asked Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, secretary of the on-going Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia when a roll call vote by delegates