President Barack Obama declared during his speech at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night that Donald Trump is neither a Republican nor a conservative and that America can never be aided by a "self-declared savior" like him.
Speaking about the GOP's convention last week, Obama commented, "what we heard in Cleveland wasn't particularly Republican — and it sure wasn't conservative."
"What we heard was a deeply pessimistic vision of a country where we turn against each other, and turn away from the rest of the world. There were no serious solutions to pressing problems — just the fanning of resentment, and blame, and anger, and hate." more >>
Democratic Party candidate for President, Hillary Clinton, will speak in front of the entire convention and to millions of people around the world, in a speech that has been expected to rival Republican National Convention candidate Donald Trump.
It is Day 3 of the Democratic National Convention at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and people who support Hillary Clinton namely Senator Tim Kaine, Vice President Joe Biden and of course President Barack Obama have already endorsed their candidate. Each one contributed a resounding speech citing the Democratic Party's stand and their ideals and of course words of support for Hillary and loath for Donald Trump's nomination. People are now waiting for Hillary Clinton's DNC speech on Day 4.
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President Barack Obama called upon Hillary Clinton on Wednesday to become a custodian of his administration's legacy. His speech tried to cast the Democratic nominee as a more-qualified candidate and rejected the message of hate and anger that Republicans have stated in their campaign.
Hillary Clinton a much better candidate that Obama or President Bill Clinton
Obama mentioned that Hillary Clinton was certainly better qualified that he was or even before former President Bill Clinton ran for office. The crowd roared in agreement after he commented. He also sounded optimistic even as a negative attitude loomed over the Democratic Party's campaign: "America is already great," - compared to Donald Trump's slogan, "Make America Great Again." more >>
Over 90,000 people are calling for the leadership of Travis Air Force Base in California to apologize to Air Force veteran Oscar Rodriguez after he was forcibly removed from a retirement ceremony for mentioning God during a flag-folding ceremony.
The Family Research Council and the American Family Association have delivered petitions addressed to Major Gen. John C. Flournoy and Col. Raymond A. Kozak urging them to apologize to Senior Master Sgt. (Ret.) Rodriguez and Master Sgt. Charles Roberson, who was celebrating his retirement from active duty in April when Rodriguez was ejected from the facility by multiple uniformed Airmen for mentioning God in a speech.
Secretary of State John Kerry has insisted that although some people have a hard time believing it, dangerous chemicals found in refrigerators and air conditioners pose as big of a threat as the Islamic State terror group to the world.
"Yesterday, I met in Washington with 45 nations — defense ministers and foreign ministers — as we were working together on the challenge of [the Islamic State], and terrorism," Kerry said on Friday during climate deal negotiations in Vienna, according to The Washington Examiner.
"It's hard for some people to grasp it, but what we — you — are doing here right now is of equal importance because it has the ability to literally save life on the planet itself." more >>
The half-brother of U.S. President Barack Obama has revealed that he is planning on voting for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, and said that he supports Trump's proposed plan for a temporary ban on Muslims coming to America.
BBC News reported that Malik Obama, who is a Muslim Kenyan with U.S. citizenship, believes that Trump "comes across as a straightforward guy."
"He appeals to me and also I think that he is down to earth and he speaks from the heart and he is not trying to be politically correct. He's just straight-forward," the man said. more >>