President-elect Donald Trump wants to be jobs president and jump start the economy
Following his negotiated deal to retain 1,100 jobs with Carrier Corporation in Indiana, President-elect Donald Trump last week held the fist of a series of Victory Rallies in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jump starting the economy, is his way of thanking the American people for their support in the election, particularly in key battle-ground states.
During his speech he mentioned three things for jump-starting the
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clintonis doing fine afterher abrupt departure from a memorial event last weekend, former President Bill Clinton assured journalist Charlie Rose on Monday.
Shes doing fine, she was even better last night before she went to sleep, Clinton told Rose during an interview that aired on PBS late Monday. She had a good nights sleep, shes doing fine ... She just got dehydrated yesterday.
The Clinton camp has been scrambling to address the incident at a September 11 memorial ceremony in New York City. Video footage taken at the event appears to show the candidate wobbling on her feat and being helped into a van, her feet dragging. Her doctors later announced she had been diagnosed with pneumonialast week, which Clinton did not publicly disclose.
Rose pressed her husbands claims that she was only dehydrated, asking if there were any signs of something more serious.
Well if it is, its a mystery to me and all of her doctors, Bill Clinton replied, before noting that frequently well not frequently, rarely but on more than one occasion, over the last many, many years, the same sort of thing happened to her when she got severely dehydrated.
The former president assured Rose that his wife wouldnt be gone for weeks ahead of the campaign trail, adding that she had been working like a demon and had two-and-a-half hard days before the day she got dizzy.
He noted after Sundays incident that hed be lucky to hold [his wife] back another day after she cancelled a campaign trip meant to see her in Californiathis week.
The former secretary of state has already come under fire for keeping her illness private from her media detail and all but her closest staffers.
I just didnt think it was going to be that big a deal, she told CNNs Anderson Cooper.
Both Clintons pointed to the unequal levels of scrutiny between the two leading candidates, notingDonald Trump had yet to release his tax returns and only provided cursory details about his health.
The Republican candidatepromised on Monday to release some of his health recordsin the coming days.
Have you ever found yourself looking at your phone and wondering how the hell everyone coped before the internet?
Well, take a moment to think about all those poor Game of Thrones characters. Not only do they have to struggle through a brutal world full of bloodshed and unearthly horror, but they don't even have the comfort of Facebook to help them through it.
Which got us thinking, what if they did have the internet and social media? From Sansa Snapchats to badass Khaleesi Instagrams, here's what we think that would look like.
Jamie and Bronn would have some awkward message exchanges.
Photo Protesters demanding an independent state for southern Yemen rallied on Monday in Aden, a southern port city.
If you have heard of Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus, you surely know that marketing through social media channels is the next big thing. Like many people, you might be wondering how you can harness the power of social media to your business's advantage. This article has a number of tips to help you in your social media marketing endeavors.
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Story highlights State Department sides with Turkey, says Russian jet was in Turkish airspaceDignitaries on hand for the arrival of Col. Oleg Peshkov's body, Sputnik news saysRussia and Turkey have been at loggerheads since Turkey shot down the pilot's jetThe available information indicates the warplane shot down last week was in Turkish airspace, State Department spokeswoman Elizabeth Trudeau said at a Monday press briefing.
Moscow has steadfastly maintained its jet was over Syria when it was downed.
The State Department announcement came after the body of a Russian pilot who died after the jet was shot down along the Turkey-Syria border was flown back to Russia, according t