There's no mystery about why Trump's behavior this time is so disgusting to so many for so long.
"The Republican nominee is unfit to serve as president and he keeps on proving it", Obama said. But so far, Republicans aren't going so far as to un-endorse their nominee as a result of the Khan controversy.
The President is expected to play an outsized role on the campaign trail in the coming months as Clinton works to motivate the supporters who helped elect Obama to office twice. And the pressure isn't letting up.
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One of Trump's earliest political advisers, Stone took to Twitter after Trump's announcement of his firing to say that he quit, citing Trump's public battle against Fox News' Megyn Kelly as a distraction from the campaign's message. The sin, in this case, is the sinner....
Do you know that the same media that is obsessed with this Mr. Khan and his son, and he spoke at the DNC, et cetera, I want to go through this issue if I can slowly with you.
The New York Times reported Monday that Trump avoided the United States military draft during the Vietnam War thanks to four student deferments and one medical deferment after he was diagnosed with bone spurs in his heels.
But his latest comments could hurt Trump's general election campaign as his supporters might decide not to turn out to vote if the election is already "rigged" against their candidate.
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Famous billionaires such as Mark Cuban, Warren Buffet and Michael Bloomberg are endorsing Hillary, because of Trumps remarks. But Republicans always do a better job than Democrats of turning out their voters, regardless of who sits on top of the ticket. Trump pointed to the 2012 presidential election as a cause for concern. Trump has questioned why Ghazala Khan did not speak, implying her religion prevented her from doing so, and has said he was "viciously attacked" by Khizr Khan. Add that onto the recent CBS News poll showing a four-point bump for Clinton. In regard to Mr. Trump's statements, I think they were out of line and unnecessary.
Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton sees those GOP concerns about Trump as an opportunity to reach out to party moderates - particularly women - who may be so upset by the nominee that they're willing to look past policy differences and questions about Clinton's character. "The American people, the country of America, I don't think can stand a third term of President Obama, and Secretary Clinton has embraced that wholeheartedly". Prominent staffers for people like Jeb Bush and Chris Christie have suggested they'll vote for Clinton.
The Khans also appeared at the convention, with Khizr Khan telling the story of his son, U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan, who was posthumously awarded a Bronze Star and Purple Heart after his death in 2004. "It's imperative that Republicans up and down the ballot, especially in Virginia, set an example and be leaders on this issue by condemning Donald Trump". Why twist the interpretation of what he said where it stops resembling the truth?
In the contest for an open seat representing the 5th Congressional district where the Khans live, Democratic candidate Jane Dittmar called on her opponent, state Sen. It's his character vs her honesty.
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