President Obama to campaign for Clinton in North Carolina


President Obama to campaign for Clinton in North Carolina

Many voters who will be adversely impacted by Obamacare are likely to believe Hillary Clinton is a flawed candidate and want an alternative, but at the same time, they may not be convinced that Trump is ready to become president of the United States.

Clinton and Trump will have two minutes to respond to each question, as well as an additional minute to answer any follow-up questions from the moderators. "This has nothing to do with Sunday". "You'd have to talk to President Clinton about exactly what message he was trying to send". It's not debate prep.

He also lashed out at rival Hillary Clinton, claiming that she's not really preparing either, but "resting". And I want to be with the American people. "It's the craziest thing in the world", Clinton said, according to CNN.

Clinton criticized the Affordable Care Act on Monday calling it, "the craziest thing in the world".

Despite frequently depicting Bill Clinton as an abuser of women, Trump said he wanted "to thank him, honestly, for being honest" about Obamacare.

"But I very much appreciate that the Sununu family is with Trump", He added.

"I didn't like getting into the gutter", Trump explained, saying those forums should be a "high level". "So I did hold back". "Just apologize. I think that President Obama should apologize for Obamacare".

One of the voters' problems is they don't like either major candidate. "We had a guy in the room oscillating the mic". "People have gone fifteen years without a raise and they're mad". In Sunday's town hall in St. Louis, half the questions will come from uncommitted voters. The team pores over turnout patterns in states where advance voting is already underway, projects how many votes Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have already received, and updates crucial targeting lists of the voters she still needs.

Trump did a few town hall events right before the New Hampshire Primary - and even though he did just fine in that environment - his preferred mode of speaking to voters remains the giant rally.

Clinton is keeping a low profile between now and Sunday's debate, enlisting an army of surrogates to campaign on her behalf, including running mate Tim Kaine, and USA senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.