Trump promises huge boost in military spending

The Labour Day holiday traditionally kicks off the fast-paced fall campaign season, and Clinton and Trump both beat a path to OH to woo voters in the must-win state.

"His ideas are so far from Republicanism that they have spawned a new description: Trumpism", the editors wrote.

"It's kind of interesting to have all the planes here on the same tarmac", Kaine said after he and Clinton greeted supporters. Clinton is also boosted by African American and other nonwhite voters, who favor her by a 59-point margin over Trump in the Keystone State.

Last night we saw how truly flawed the two major party candidates are.

Both Mrs Clinton and Donald Trump are in OH courting voters in the critical swing state.

Trump stood by a previous comment that appeared to blame military sexual assaults on men and women serving together, but added he would not seek to remove women from the military. There also may be a discussion with families of veterans after Trump's speech ends. 6, when 1,825 were surveyed.

The online poll shows Trump leading Clinton 47.19 percent to 46.84 percent.

While Trump and his advisers have argued that Clinton did not learn from the mistakes of the Iraq War, which she voted for as a senator, and drove the United States into another blunder by arguing in favor of military intervention in Libya, Trump supported both of those military interventions.

But questions remain, even in his party. In the new poll, 46 percent say they are extremely or very enthusiastic, compared with 57 percent at this point in 2012, 60 percent in early September of 2008 and 64 percent in September 2004. The overwhelming majority of likely voters - 73% - surveyed are anxious about an economic downturn that could negatively affect their families.

One clear misfire for the Republicans this year is in Colorado, where polls show Democratic Sen.

The lack of enthusiasm spikes among Clinton supporters.

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Trump also said Wednesday that during a recent intelligence briefing, he was "surprised" because he could tell from "body language" that the experts were not happy "our leaders did not follow what they were recommending".

That could be contributing to Trump's slim advantage among likely voters.

An Emerson poll in Iowa has Trump up five points over Clinton, 44-39, in a sample of 600 likely voters.

Donald Trump and his joint committees raised $90 million in August, a substantial haul for a candidate late to fundraising but one that still significantly trails Hillary Clinton's enormous summer totals.

Trump, the celebrity businessman and former Atlantic City casino magnate, has taken an aggressive stance on foreign policy, calling for the step up attacks on terrorist groups like the Islamic State, to use interrogation tactics like waterboarding, and to temporarily ban immigration from places compromised by terrorism.

Neither Clinton nor Trump has unveiled their schedules for Sunday.

"Yes, they did concern me and I'll tell you why: a lot of times people say things not really understanding the consequences of their statements", Brigadier General Remo Butler told CNN's Carol Costello on the "Newsroom".

But there's another force at play, as polls suggest a troubling trend for Democrats: In state after state, Republican senators are running ahead of Trump, who for his part has recovered a bit from the dismal polls he scored after the conventions.

But Clinton continues to be seen as having the better temperament to serve effectively as president - 56 percent to 36 - percent - and to better able to handle the responsibilities of commander in chief - 50 percent to 45 percent.

They said they trusted him more than Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who they said had been deeply involved in "the hollowing out of our military and the burgeoning threats facing our country around the world". While she's articulated an anti-Islamic State plan that is more aggressive than Obama's, she's largely in line with the president on foreign policy.

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