US Election News: Donald Trump Says He Has Biggest Rallies, Bernie Sanders Goes After Hillary Clinton With Email Scandal, & More
Donald Trump remarks he has the biggest rallies, likens his speech to Dr. Martin Luther King’s. According to the remaining Republican presidential candidate, there were over half a million people who attended his rally among the Rolling Thunder bikers in front of the Lincoln Memorial on Sunday.
“We have the biggest rallies by far, far bigger than Bernie Sanders,” Trump said. He also claimed there were as much as 600,000 people trying to get into his rally. Unfortunately, Trump said that crowd restriction had kept his rally from getting as big as when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. gave his “I Have A Dream” speech, according to a report from CBS News.
“I thought this would be like Dr. Martin Luther King where people were lined up from here all the way to the Washington Monument. But unfortunately they aren’t allowed to come in,” Trump remarked.
Bernie Sanders goes after Hillary Clinton with email scandal. He may not have done it before, but the Vermont Senator is going at his Democratic presidential rival using Clinton’s email scandals.
According to a report from TIME, Sanders had pointed out the emails when he appeared on CBS’ Face the Nation on Sunday. He said, “It was not a good report for Secretary Clinton. That is something that the American people, Democrats and delegates are going to have to take a hard look at.”
Clinton Foundation to face racketeering charges. According to a report from the Inquisitr, FBI Director James Comey is due to present a recommendation to Attorney General of the Department of Justice Loretta Lynch regarding charges for the foundation managed by both Hillary and Bill Clinton. There is reportedly evidence that the two have been involved in bribery and money laundering in exchange for political, policy and legislative favors.
In the wake of Trump’s plans to deport illegal immigrants, Clinton vows immigration reform. The Democratic presidential candidate’s camp said that while Trump plans to deport 11 million immigrants, Clinton’s goal is to keep families together as much as possible.
Speaking at the United Food & Commercial Workers (UFCW) Convention in Las Vegas recently, she said, “I know that moms and dads and grandparents should be preparing their kids for the future, not for the possibility that their families could be broken up at any minute.”
Clinton vowed to introduce a “comprehensive immigration reform” during her first 100 days in office as president.
Sanders says he’s ready to debate against Trump, even if he keeps changing his mind. Trump may keep changing his mind about whether he want to debate against Sanders or not, but the Vermont senator hasn’t changed his stance at all. That is, Sanders is still wiling to debate the remaining Republican presidential candidate.
“Given that there are several television networks prepared to carry this debate and donate funds to charity, I hope that he changes his mind once again and comes on board,” Sanders said.