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When Trump talks, it helps terrorists: Hillary

Los Angeles, Aug 24 : Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says the way US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump talks, it indirectly supports terrorists.

Clinton, who made her third appearance on the popular talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!", spattered with humour and witty comebacks and discussed the ongoing presidential elections with the show's host Kimmel, putting to rest rumours about her poor health, reports mic.com.

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Clinton maintains six-point lead over Trump in latest Reuters/Ipsos poll

Washington, Aug.17 : Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton continues to maintain a six-percentage-point lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump, according to a Reuters/Ipsos tracking poll released on Tuesday.

According to the poll, Clinton's support has ranged from 41 percent to 44 percent since late July, and was about 41 percent in the August 11-15 online poll.

Trump's support has ranged from 33 percent to 39 percent. He is favored by about 35 percent of likely voters, according to the most recent poll.

Trump has caused divisions in the Republican Party with his strong anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim rhetoric, and faced criticism from both parties earlier this month for a days-long feud with the parents of a Muslim American Army captain killed in Iraq.

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FBI to submit Clinton's email probe notes to Congress

Washington, Aug 16 : The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) would soon submit interview notes from its probe into Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's private email setup to the Congress.

The contents would also include copies of classified emails handled via her private email account along with summaries of FBI's interviews with several senior Clinton aides, Xinhua news agency reported.

Copies of the 110 emails in 52 email chains that had contained classified information at the time when they were sent or received were also expected to be handed over to US lawmakers, although the documents were expected to be highly redacted.

However, all material would not be released publicly and would be presented to the lawmakers as classified information.

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Clinton says Trump incited violence

Washington, Aug 11 : Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said that her Republican rival, Donald Trump incited violence when he said gun rights supporters could stop her from winning..

"Words matter, my friends. And if you are running to be president or you are president of the US, words can have tremendous consequences," the former US secretary of state said on Wednesday while addressing a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa.

"Yesterday (Tuesday), we witnessed the latest in a long line of casual comments from Donald Trump that crossed the line. ... Every single one of these incidences shows us that Donald Trump simply does not have the temperament to be president and commander in chief of the US," she said.

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Donald Trump hints at Hillary's assassination by gun rights supporters

London, Aug. 10 : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has been accused of a making an "assassination threat" against his rival Hillary Clinton.

The Republican presidential nominee, who was speaking at a rally in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Tuesday about the next president's power to appoint Supreme Court judges, said that Clinton would appoint liberal justices if she wins the presidency, which would be a threat to gun ownership rights, reports the Guardian.

"Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the second amendment. If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the second amendment people, maybe there is, I don't know. But I'll tell you what, that will be a horrible day," he said.

Trump's campaign spends zero on ads, Clinton spent millions

Washington, Aug 10 : Since the end of the political primaries in June, the campaign of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has spent absolutely nothing on television advertisements, the media reported on Wednesday.

However, the campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has laid out $52 million on TV ads, most of it in swing states that are predicted to be key in the November elections, EFE news cited figures gathered by the Advertising Analytics analysis firm as showing.

The billionaire's austerity calls attention to his unpopularity in the polls, where Clinton has a wide lead, and his fundraising efforts and donations in July, when he collected more than $80 million.

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Clinton gains a 10-point lead over Trump

Washington, Aug 4 : US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has gained a 10-point lead over her Republican rival Donald Trump, who has attracted outrage over his comments about a Muslim Gold Star family, according to a new national poll.

Clinton leads Trump 49 per cent to 39 per cent in a head-to-head Fox News survey released on Wednesday. In a three-way race including Libertarian Gary Johnson, Clinton leads 44 per cent to 35 per cent, with Johnson claiming 12 per cent, CNN reported.

A CNN/ORC poll this week showed Clinton with a 9-point edge in a head-to-head matchup with Trump.

When Fox polled voters in late June -- before both conventions -- Clinton was up only six points, 44 per cent to 38 per cent.

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Donald Trump calls Hillary Clinton 'devil'

Washington, Aug 2 : Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has called his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton "the devil", taking name calling a step further, media reports said.

At a campaign rally in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, Trump on Monday night told the crowd that Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders "made a deal with the devil" when he agreed to back Clinton and help bring his supporters on board for her campaign, CBS News reported.

"He made a deal with the devil," Trump said, adding "She's the devil. He made a deal with the devil."

Trump went on to say Sanders and his supporters all know he made a "bad deal" when he endorsed Clinton last month.

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Hillary Clinton says her economic plan would create 10 mn jobs

Washington: Hillary Clinton on Saturday said her economic plan would create 10 million jobs in the US while that of Donald Trump would cost three and half million jobs as the Democratic presidential nominee underlined her Republican rival is not offering "real change" but "empty promises".

"My plans would create millions more jobs than Trump's," Clinton said at an election rally in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. "In fact, under my plans, the economy would create at least 10 million jobs in our first term," she added.

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Clinton, Kaine begins bus tour

Washington, July 30 : Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton along with her Vice President candidate Tim Kaine began a bus campaign that will take them through economically struggling regions of Pennsylvania and Ohio.

The bus has the slogan "Stronger Together" written on it and its been painted a bright, royal blue, CBS News reported.

"This is the part of the campaign I really like," Kaine said at a joint rally in Philadelphia, the unofficial starting point of the tour.

"I don't like wearing a tie that much. I'd rather just go out and pound the pavement," the Virginia Senator added.

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Hillary Clinton campaign 'hacked'

Washington, July 30 : Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign along with other Democratic Party organisations has been hacked as part of a larger cyber attack, law enforcement officials said on Friday night.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Justice Department has launched a probe against the latest hack that follows two data breaches involving the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DNCC), CNN reported.

"An analytics data programme maintained by the DNC, and used by our campaign and a number of other entities, was accessed as part of the DNC hack," said Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill.

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Clinton hits Trump for picture frames made in India

Philadelphia (US), July 29 : "Made in India" versus "Make in America" has emerged an election issue in the US.

Democratic Party's presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday night criticized her Republican rival Donald Trump for making in India the picture frames he sells under his brand.

In her speech accepting the party nomination on Thursday night here, one of her many criticisms of Trump was that while he has said he would bring back jobs to the US through a policy of Make in America, his own products were made abroad.

One of the products she cited were Trump picture frames made in India.

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Hillary Clinton accepts historic Democratic presidential nomination

Philadelphia, July 29 : Promising a populist agenda to build a better nation based on unity, Hillary Clinton on Thursday night aceppted the Democratic Party's historic presidential nomination making her the first women candidate of a major US party and challenged Republican rival Donald Trump on what she said was his message of hate and divisiveness.

"It is with humility, determination and boundless confidence in America's promise that I accept your nomination for President of the United States," Clinton said to thunderous applause at the Wells Fargo Centre in Philadelphia.

"Your cause is our cause," she declared as her party members waved placards and flags and roared their support. "Our country needs your ideas and commitment."

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I'm a very, very proud daughter: Chelsea Clinton

Philadelphia, July 29 : Chelsea Clinton beamed with pride as she introduced her mother Hillary Clinton on Wednesday night at the Democratic National Convention (DNC) in Philadelphia where the former secretary of state will formally accept the presidential nomination.

"It is such an honour to be here tonight," she said. "I'm here as a proud American, a proud Democrat, a proud mother and, tonight, in particular, a very, very proud daughter," Politico reported.

Chelsea, 36, delivered a potent testimony of her mother, who will become the first woman in US history to accept the presidential nomination of a major political party.

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History-maker Clinton accepts Democratic presidential nomination

Philadelphia (Pennsylvania), July 29 : Scripting history at the Democratic convention by becoming the first woman to accept the U.S. presidential nomination of a major political party, Hillary Clinton has said when there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit and criticised her Republican opponent Donald Trump over his policy promises.

Clinton was welcomed with loud cheers as she entered the arena and embraced her daughter Chelsea, who introduced her as the next President of the United States.

"It is with humility, determination and boundless confidence in America's promise that I accept your nomination for President of the United States," CNN quoted her as saying at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

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