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A week in politics: Taking off a gloves

It was a week of hostilities in a GOP presidential arena. Jeb Bush and Donald Trump traded practical punches on camera, with both campaigns releasing assertive video ads. Bush even resorted to his language skills to disprove a genuine estate magnate. Trump after dismissed behind revelation Bush, who is bilingual, he should stop vocalization Spanish.

The New York Times also remarkable that Trump’s relentless bashing of Bush’s celebrity over his domestic bulletin might have strike home.

Hillary Clinton had another severe week interjection to a discuss over her email server, with CNN putting together an explainer that sums adult a whole saga.  Clinton’s capitulation ratings also took a dive, nonetheless she continues to be renouned among many Democrats, a Washington Post-ABC News poll said.

Tech site Re/Code had an engaging essay about that claimant has won a changed heart of Silicon Valley, now among a tip sources for domestic contributions in presidential campaigns.

U.S. Republican presidential claimant Jeb Bush (L) reacts as Rob Webber sings a domestic strain for him during a discuss city gymnasium assembly in Laconia, New Hampshire Sep 3, 2015. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

Other highlights from a discuss trail:

  • Are a 2016 possibilities too old? “The heading Republican presidential claimant and a 3 Democratic possibilities will all be 70 or roughly 70 on Inauguration Day,” according to a New York Times, that has thrown a doubt to experts and a open in a dedicated section of a website.
  • The Tampa Bay Times has launched into a labor-intensive routine of fact-checking everything Donald Trump says. (They found many inaccuracies.) But how did Trump invent Trump? Bloomberg went digging inside his empire.
  • Carly Fiorina, a former Hewlett-Packard executive incited presidential hopeful, cumulative a mark in a subsequent Republican discuss that will be hosted by CNN on Sep 16. Fiorina, once an afterthought in a GOP race, also elicited some critique by saying–incorrectly– that English is a official language of a United States.

 

Article source: http://blogs.reuters.com/talesfromthetrail/2015/09/04/a-week-in-politics-taking-off-the-gloves/

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