Amidst a contentious campaign, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will finally meet on the debate stage tonight at Hofstra University in New York. Voters have been eagerly anticipating this first head-to-head matchup since the party conventions wrapped up this summer. And one of the three themes of the debate, “Achieving Prosperity,” will present both candidates with an opportunity to discuss comprehensive tax reform, an issue that will certainly help citizen of all economic levels.
Amidst a contentious campaign, presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will finally meet on the debate stage tonight at Hofstra University in New York. Voters have been eagerly anticipating this first head-to-head matchup since the party conventions wrapped up this summer. And one of the three themes of the debate, “Achieving Prosperity,” will present both candidates with an opportunity to discuss comprehensive tax reform, an issue that will certainly help citizen of all economic levels.
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 1 percentage point among likely voters who were polled a few days ahead of the much-anticipated debate between the two presidential candidates.
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 1 percentage point among likely voters who were polled a few days ahead of the much-anticipated debate between the two presidential candidates.
Thursday offered conflicting views of the Republican Party's direction on energy. Republicans who support clean energy gathered in Washington, D.C., to talk about their path forward, while Donald Trump touted his support for fossil fuels at an event in Pittsburgh.
Thursday offered conflicting views of the Republican Party's direction on energy. Republicans who support clean energy gathered in Washington, D.C., to talk about their path forward, while Donald Trump touted his support for fossil fuels at an event in Pittsburgh.
As the trial of his former associates involved in the "Bridgegate" scandal began Monday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's relationship with voters continued to deteriorate, his once bright star still dropping.
As the trial of his former associates involved in the "Bridgegate" scandal began Monday, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's relationship with voters continued to deteriorate, his once bright star still dropping.
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