Hillary Clinton speech
Trump accuses the media of trying to influence the outcome of the presidential election in favor of Clinton
Former US Secretary of State, Democratic Party representative and opponent of the head of the White House in the 2016 presidential election, Hillary Clinton, reacted to the published transcript of a conversation between Donald Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky. She wrote about it on Twitter.
Clinton said that Trump betrayed the United States.
“The President of the United States betrayed our country. This is not a political statement, this is a harsh reality, and we must act. He is a clear and present danger to everything that makes us strong and free,” she said.
WikiLeaks has published the full transcripts of Hillary Clinton’s three speeches to Goldman Sachs in 2013, as well as instructions to her campaign staff on how to respond to difficult campaign questions.
In recent days, WikiLeaks has been publishing materials obtained by hacking the email of Clinton campaign manager John Podesta.
From the released letters, it appears that Clinton’s campaign staff noted a number of potential problems, including her statement to bank officials that “political reasons” influenced the passage of the banking reform law, and Clinton’s compliment to the audience that the banking industry understands regulatory issues better than anyone else.
Clinton’s closest rival in the Democratic primary
Senator Bernie Sanders, and other critics have consistently accused Clinton of being too close to Wall Street and other financial elites.
Another email said that Clinton could earn additional favor from the working class if he spent the entire day working alongside hotel maids or kindergarten teachers. One of Clinton’s key allies, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, suggested this to a Democratic aide. “Our key constituency is going to be crazy about this,” Granholm wrote.
Meanwhile, Republican nominee Donald Trump has suggested that Clinton was on drugs ahead of the final debate and suggested that both candidates be drug tested before Wednesday’s final debate.
“We are like athletes, right? Trump said at a rally on Saturday. “I’m ready to go for it.”
Trump also accused the media of trying to influence the outcome of the November 8 presidential election in favor of Clinton. The announcement came amid the Republican candidate’s attempts to refute numerous allegations of sexual harassment.
Hillary Clinton calls for political change in Syria without Assad
Speaking at a meeting of the UN Security Council on the Middle East, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for assistance to countries that survived the Arab Spring. She stated the need to end the violence in Syria and promote political transformation in the country, but without Bashar al-Assad.
“Unfortunately, in Syria, Bashar al-Assad is clinging to power and is escalating the humanitarian crisis with his brutal campaign. The United States has provided more than $100 million to help the Syrian people.
We continue to advise on the need to end the violence and advance a political transition without Assad,” Hillary Clinton said. The US Secretary of State said that the Arab League (LAS) suspended Syrian participation in its activities and strongly condemned the Assad regime’s brutal violence against its own people. The US representative recalled that the Arab League had prepared a plan for a peaceful political transition, which was approved by a large majority in a General Assembly resolution that also provides for the mediation efforts now being carried out by Lakhdar Brahimi.
The US representative stressed that atrocities in Syria are on the rise and the Security Council remains paralyzed.
The Secretary of State reiterated her call for efforts to find a way forward that will unite the Council around the urgent task of ending the violence in Syria and preventing its consequences.
Hillary Clinton also said during the meeting of the Council that Iran has not yet taken the necessary steps to fully cooperate with the IAEA and remove doubts about its nuclear program. “In addition, Iran continues to sponsor terrorist groups and arms smuggling for the Assad regime against the Syrian people.
Meanwhile, the Iranian people themselves are suffering from gross violations of rights by their own government,” Hillary Clinton said. She called on the international community to provide assistance to countries that survived the “Arab Spring” and embarked on the path to democracy.