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Damián López Rodriguez: A son, a soldier, a dreamer | Hillary Clinton

Damián López Rodriguez: un hijo, un soldado, un soñador | Hillary Clinton

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Thu Oct 27, 2016, 07:01 PM (2 replies)

Former Miss Finland becomes 12th woman to accuse Trump of sexual assault

A former Miss Finland has become the twelfth woman to come forward and accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault, with two weeks to go until the US election.

Ninni Laaksonen, now 30, was crowned Miss Finland in 2006.

Contacted by local newspaper Ilta-Sanomat, which rang all women known to have met Mr Trump, she accused the billionaire of grabbing her bottom in New York in July the same year.

Miss Laaksonen said the incident occurred moments before she appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman with three other contestants and Mr Trump.

“Before the show we were photographed outside the building,” she told the paper.

“Trump stood right next to me and suddenly he squeezed my butt. He really grabbed my butt.

“I don’t think anybody saw it but I flinched and thought: ‘What is happening?’”

Miss Laaksonen said she also attended some house parties with the other contestants and Mr Trump’s wife, Melania, who he had married the year before.

“Somebody told me there that Trump liked me because I looked like Melania when she was younger,” she said.

“It left me disgusted.”


Posted by Madam45for2923 | Thu Oct 27, 2016, 06:53 PM (11 replies)

Google it | The Briefing ~ NEW AD

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Thu Oct 27, 2016, 12:52 PM (11 replies)

State of the Race with HFA Campaign Manager Robby Mook | Hillary Clinton

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Thu Oct 27, 2016, 12:50 PM (4 replies)

NEW AD: Damian | Hillary Clinton

Damián López Rodriguez: A son, a soldier, a dreamer | Hillary Clinton

Damián López Rodriguez: un hijo, un soldado, un soñador | Hillary Clinton

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Thu Oct 27, 2016, 12:48 PM (4 replies)

Trump touts endorsements that never happened ~HARDBALL WITH CHRIS MATTHEWS

Trump touts endorsements that never happened
In addition to saying the polls that show him trailing are “phony,” Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is now touting endorsements that never actually happened. VIDEO:

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Wed Oct 26, 2016, 12:08 PM (1 replies)

Libertarian VP Candidate Admits Defeat, Tells Voters To Pick Clinton Over Trump


Accepting that his presidential bid will fail, Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld on Tuesday obliquely urged voters to vote for Hillary Clinton.

In a Tuesday statement addressed to "those in the electorate who remain torn between two so-called major party candidates," the former Massachusetts governor told Republicans not to vote for the GOP nominee out of “fear for our country.”

“After careful observation and reflection, I have come to believe that Donald Trump, if elected President of the United States, would not be able to stand up to this pressure and this criticism without becoming unhinged and unable to perform competently the duties of his office,” the former Massachusetts governor said in a statement.

Weld ticks off a long list of what he sees as Trump’s flaws, including his childish response to criticism, divisive rhetoric about immigrants and minorities, instability, and lack of familiarity with policy.

While Weld said he will see his bid with Gary Johnson through to Election Day, he acknowledged that the Libertarian Party ticket, which has languished far behind in the polls, will not break “the two party monopoly” this year. He announced in early October that he would spend the rest of the campaign cycle speaking out against Trump.

Some observers interpreted the last paragraph of his statement as a winking request for voters not to cast ballots for his own running mate.

“Every citizen must be aware of the power and responsibility of each individual vote,” Weld writes. “This is not the time to cast a jocular or feel-good vote for a man whom you may have briefly found entertaining.”

Though Weld goes on to mention Trump by name, his comments could also describe Johnson, who captured headlines with his bumbling responses to foreign policy questions and odd interview antics.

Posted by Madam45for2923 | Wed Oct 26, 2016, 12:03 PM (8 replies)

It's HRC's B'DAY!!! Also Katy Tur's Birthday! Woah!

Bradd JaffyVerified account
Happy birthday, @KatyTurNBC! I got you two campaign rallies and a ribbon cutting. Enjoy!


Faran Jane
@BraddJaffy @KatyTurNBC Same Bday as HRC! Sweet! Happy Birthday!


She turns 33!?
Posted by Madam45for2923 | Wed Oct 26, 2016, 10:11 AM (10 replies)

APA Survey Reveals 2016 Presidential Election Source of Significant Stress for More Than 1/2 of Amer

APA Survey Reveals 2016 Presidential Election Source of Significant Stress for More Than Half of Americans

We’re seeing that it doesn’t matter whether you’re registered as a Democrat or Republican — U.S. adults say they are experiencing significant stress from the current election,” said Lynn Bufka, PhD, APA’s associate executive director for practice research and policy. Across party lines, those registered as Democrats (55 percent) and Republicans (59 percent) are statistically equally likely to say the election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress.

“Election stress becomes exacerbated by arguments, stories, images and video on social media that can heighten concern and frustration, particularly with thousands of comments that can range from factual to hostile or even inflammatory,” said Bufka.
In fact, the survey revealed that social media appears to affect Americans’ stress levels when it comes to the election and related topics. Nearly 4 in 10 adults (38 percent) say that political and cultural discussions on social media cause them stress. In addition, adults who use social media are more likely than adults who do not to say the election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress (54 percent vs. 45 percent, respectively).

While men and women are equally likely (51 percent vs. 52 percent, respectively) to say the 2016 U.S. presidential election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress, election stress differs among generations of Americans. Millennials and "matures" are the most likely to say the election is a very or somewhat significant source of stress (56 percent vs. 59 percent, respectively) — significantly more than Generation Xers (45 percent) but not boomers (50 percent).

APA offers the following tips to help people manage their stress related to the election:

If the 24-hour news cycle of claims and counterclaims from the candidates is causing you stress, limit your media consumption. Read just enough to stay informed. Turn off the newsfeed or take a digital break. Take some time for yourself, go for a walk, or spend time with friends and family doing things that you enjoy.

Avoid getting into discussions about the election if you think they have the potential to escalate to conflict. Be cognizant of the frequency with which you’re discussing the election with friends, family members or coworkers.

Stress and anxiety about what might happen is not productive. Channel your concerns to make a positive difference on issues you care about. Consider volunteering in your community, advocating for an issue you support or joining a local group. Remember that in addition to the presidential election, there are state and local elections taking place in many parts of the country, providing more opportunities for civic involvement.

Whatever happens on Nov. 8, life will go on. Our political system and the three branches of government mean that we can expect a significant degree of stability immediately after a major transition of government. Avoid catastrophizing, and maintain a balanced perspective.

Vote. In a democracy, a citizen’s voice does matter. By voting, you will hopefully feel you are taking a proactive step and participating in what for many has been a stressful election cycle. Find balanced information to learn about all the candidates and issues on your ballot (not just the presidential race), make informed decisions and wear your “I voted” sticker with pride.


PDF: http://www.apa.org/news/press/releases/stress/2016/presidential-election.pdf
Posted by Madam45for2923 | Tue Oct 25, 2016, 03:39 PM (5 replies)

I refresh these 2 YouTube links/channels daily to get the HRC NEWEST ADS::

Hillary Clinton:


The Briefing:


Posted by Madam45for2923 | Tue Oct 25, 2016, 11:52 AM (10 replies)
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