With 54 days to election day, 2016 Presidential Race is being more engrossing, as both rival candidate, of 2016 presidential race, is trying to be more appealing to the voters recent these days. Clinton seems to be more focused on her approaches towards outreached voters, while Trump is trying to repent his mistakes, as he made a positive statement about the ‘Birther Movement.
Amidst all of this, the US President Barack Obama’s comment got the limelight, as he pointed out the 2016 Presidential Race as the worst race of the history of the country, because of personal attacks between presidential candidates yet. This crucial quotation come out when the recent polls are showing that the least percentage of people among likely voters are excited about 2016 Presidential Race, comparing to other Presidential races happened before.
Even polls and less than eight weeks until the election have made it imperative for candidates to review their acts and deeds for 2016 Presidential Race.
In this context Trump has refurbished his campaign staff for 2016 Presidential Race, reviewed his sayings on immigration issues, which was a main agenda for him to get the nomination from major Republican Party for 2016 Presidential Race, attempts to get along with minority voters, such as his Detroit campaign for 2016 Presidential race and many more others to identify.
Though those changes did not long last, i.e. there was flip-flop in his words, regarding the places, he has anyhow improved his percentage in the recent Polls for 2016 Presidential race.
He has made another interesting statement about the ‘Birther Movement’ of the present US President Barack Obama. Though he did not say it out loud personally, just made a statement by his campaign staff for 2016 Presidential Race
Even he has made publication of a letter from his doctor, on Thursday, saying that he is in ‘excellent physical health’ although overweight. Earlier this year, the Republican nominee for 2016 Presidential Race, also published a brief memo asserting he would be ‘the healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency’.
Supposedly, tightening polls results of 2016 Presidential Race, showing that most of the likely voters’ dislike and distrust her and the only 54 days to election day, has obligated Clinton to quickly come back to the campaign trail for 2016 Presidential Race.
Planning of changes in her approaches towards voters for upcoming 2016 Presidential Race, was caught on Sunday, when Mrs. Clinton suddenly left a ceremony to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks.
After three days recovering at home from Pneumonia, she came back to the campaign trail, on the stage of James Brown’s “I Got You (I Feel Good), in Greensboro, North Carolina. With a noticeable tone, rested and revived appearance, she did not show any disgrace about her sudden leave from the campaign trail of 2016 Presidential Race, “People like me, we’re lucky,” she added. “When I’m under the weather, I can afford to take a few days off. Millions of Americans can’t.”
She started the speech with her refocused campaign details, “I want to close my campaign focused on opportunities for kids and fairness for families,” Mrs. Clinton said after her first rally of her begin again campaign. “I want to give Americans something to vote for, not just against. From now until Nov. 8, everywhere I go I’m going to talk about my ideas for our country,”
Later she added that, with just 54 days until the election, “sitting at home was pretty much the last place I wanted to be,” but she noted that time off ‘a gift’.
She said she tried to reconnect with what this whole campaign, for 2016 Presidential Race, and indicated her next speeches plans, to discuss how she would help young people and improve the economy, weaving in her own background as an advocate for children and as a first lady focused on women and families.
“I’m running for all mothers and fathers trying to stay healthy so they can be there for their kids, but perhaps most of all, I’m running for those kids,” she said. “Standing up for children has been the work of my life, as a lawyer for the Children’s Defense Fund, as first lady of Arkansas, in the White House.”
Democrat nominee for 2016 Presidential Race, Hillary Clinton shared her recovering time with the people on the rally later, “I talked with some old friends,” she said. “I spent time with our very sweet dogs. The campaign trail doesn’t really encourage reflection, and it’s important to sit with your thoughts every now and then.” with an ample smile towards journalists who were looking through herself for any sign of fatigue or illness.
Mrs. Clinton also exhibited an unusual public appearance, till her campaign trail for 2016 Presidential Race, making fun of her own 38 different policy areas, saying that, “Like a lot of women, I have a tendency to over prepare.” She seems to be repented not to listening her doctor and continued to campaign over the weekend, “Looking back I know I should have followed my doctor’s orders to test, but my instinct was to push through it,” Clinton said at the Black Women’s Agenda forum. “That is what women do every day.”
Additionally, she explained the reason for not being transparent for Pneumonia diagnosis, “I didn’t want to stop,” she told reporters. “I didn’t want to quit campaigning. I certainly didn’t want to miss the 9/11 memorial.” “It didn’t work out,” she continued. “So I got the antibiotics up and going, got the rest I needed and we’re going on from there.”
“Back in October, the National Enquirer said I would be dead in six months. So with every breath I take I feel like I have a new lease on life,” Clinton joked.
Moreover, Democrat Clinton did not totally avoid criticizing her rival, in 2016 Presidential Race, Republican Trump. She brought up the issue of Trump’s campaign issuance of a statement on Thursday Night, asserting that Trump now believes Obama was born in the United States. Though the Republican nominee, for 2016 Presidential Race, rose to political prominence by questioning the President’s birthplace, has not publicly showed hat sentiment himself.
Clinton said Friday that there is “there is no erasing” Donald Trump’s birther history, arguing that Trump’s campaign was “founded on this outrageous lie.”
“For five years he has led the birther movement to delegitimize our first black president,” Clinton said. “Barack Obama was born in America plain and simple and Donald Trump owes him and the American people an apology.”
Clinton added, “My friends, there is no new Donald Trump. There never will be.”
She also referred to the child care proposals that Mr. trump and his daughter Ivanka unveiled this week, “We don’t need someone who rushes out a half-baked plan just weeks before an election after decades of ignoring or putting down working moms.”
She told the black women audience in Washington, campaign trail for 2016 Presidential Race, that the only good come from her sickness is that, “I am also thrilled to be back on the campaign trial. As the world knows, I was a little under the weather recently,”
Clinton said. “The good news is my pneumonia finally got some Republicans interested in women’s health.” Republicans, in their view for 2016 Presidential Race, overruled women’s health needs by pushing to defund Planned Parenthood and other policy positions.
Well, Trump also was not quiet either, she questioned about the stamina of his rival for 2016 Presidential Race, at a rally in Ohio on Wednesday. He said: “I don’t know folks; do you think Hillary Clinton would be able to stand up here for an hour?”
Both Clinton and Trump relentlessly bashed over the past few months, which become more acute after both party’s convention for 2016 Presidential Race. Though both the candidate of 2016 Presidential Race promised to be more relevant and precise on their appearance before audience, for the campaign trail for 2016 Presidential Race, it did not seem to work out to that extent.
Friday’s event was a friendly one for Clinton. African-American women have been a supportive voting bloc for Clinton for decades and the former secretary of state said that she “would not be the Democratic nominee for president of the United States were it not for black women.”
Clinton, nodding to a popular hashtag on social media and phrase used to celebrate black women’s resilience, added, “You are proof that yes indeed, black girl magic is real.”
Republican Prospective candidates
- Former Flordia Governor Jeb Bush
- Dr. Ben Carson
- New Jersey Governor Chris Christie
- U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX)
- Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee
- Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal
- U.S. Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)
- Texas Governor Rick Perry
- U.S. Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)
- Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI)
- Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA)
- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
Democrat Prospective candidates:
- Vice President Joe Biden
- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton
- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo
- Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley
- U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA)
- Former Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer