Ho-hum. A man using suction cups climbed 21 stories up the side of the Trump Tower in New York City in hope of an “audience” with Donald Trump. Any other election, and that might have ranked as the weirdest thing to happen in a single week in the race to the White House. Not this year.
Not even close, suction cup man.
Most voters’ opinions about Clinton and Trump formed long ago and have hardened.
▪ From all across America, meet some of the voters who say they don’t trust Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and they don’t trust Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. These are the voters who just might decide the election.
▪ How do Muslim American parents explain this election to their children? How do they talk about Trump, about his anti-immigrant, anti-Islam proposals, about the threat of deportation? It’s not easy. But now, an obscure race in Michigan is helping Muslims across the country refocus the conversation.
Every Muslim kid is asking their parents that. My kids were born here and he’s made them feel like they don’t have a place in this country.
Sameena Karmally, whose 6-year-old daughter wanted to know whether the family would be deported if Trump is elected
▪ The latest release of Clinton emails renews old questions about the Clinton Foundation and Hillary Clinton’s time as secretary of state.
▪ Clinton courts Mormon voters, writing about religious freedom and the Constitution op-ed in a Utah newspaper.
Every day, Trump continues to prove he lacks the morals to be our commander-in-chief.
Hillary Clinton, in an op-ed in Utah’s Deseret News
▪ The 100 days of Trump. The moments you’ve already forgotten and the ones you wish you could.
▪ “My crazy year with Trump:” NBC’s Katy Tur writes about the campaign.
▪ “It was up to her to keep holding things up.” The period in Arkansas that shaped Clinton’s views on money.
...And, start the weekend early
▪ Download your own Presidential Dinner Party. Invite James Corden.
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