Rural Voters Played A Big Part In Helping Trump Defeat Clinton

Rural Voters Played A Big Part In Helping Trump Defeat Clinton

Rural Voters Played A Big Part In Helping Trump Defeat Clinton

President Barack Obama gave his first press conference after his party suffered a shocking loss at the ballot box just last week, and appeared to needle Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign for not paying enough attention to rural voters that eventually handed President-elect Donald Trump the upset victory.

A hotel worker clears the coffee station at the election night party for Democratic Senate candidate Katie McGinty at the Sheraton Hotel on November 8, 2016 in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. And I think what that reassessment has got to entail is to understand that we can not have a party that will win if we continue to become dependent on big money interests and campaign fundraisers all over this country. "It's because I spent 87 days going" door to door, visiting diners, shaking hands and kissing babies.

Trump showed unexpected strength in industrial Midwestern states, where he lost by fewer than two percentage points to Clinton. "Bernie!" - said he fed off the enthusiasm of people in the crowds at his large-scale rallies.

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The Republican ticket that swept into power on Tuesday will have a "unified" GOP majority in Congress to work with, Ryan said. Rhodes said that Obama would address "the need to respond effectively to the issues that have been raised by globalisation".

"By the way, let's not forget Hillary Clinton did win more voters than Mr. Trump", Sanders added, referring to her share of the popular vote.

Bernie supporters have already demonstrated outside of the Senator's office, staging a sit-in and asking that he step aside for Sanders. What you do now is get heavily involved in the political process. That represented a sea change and a narrow miss for Democrats, especially when compared with Mitt Romney's almost eight-point loss to Obama in the 2012 presidential election. I don't know the answer to that. 'What I do know: I know that the Democratic Party has got to stand with the working people of this country, feel their pain and take on the billionaire class, take on Wall Street, take on the drug companies'.

"The democratic party will have to come together in principled opposition to President Trump and constant opposition to him.We can not allow him to begin to implement the policies that he advocated", said Devine, citing Trump's plans on taxes and national security.

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Christopher Hill formerly served as the US ambassador to Iraq and Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs. European partners in the negotiation are not going to return to punishing sanctions on Iran while Trump pursues a new deal.

Reichert, who did not back Trump during the presidential campaign, said that many critics of Bannon are also calling people who voted for Trump racists.

Bernie has spoken out about Trump's unusual views on climate change many times throughout the presidential election.

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Guice set a school record with a 96-yard scoring run that helped the Tigers improve to 4-1 under interim coach Ed Orgeron. Now, quarterback Trevor Knight going down helped that happen, but he was having an bad game before that point.

You've got working mothers out there, who can not afford to pay 10, $15,000 a year for childcare. I think we want to rethink that.

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