Presidential candidate Donald Trump campaigned at the Charlotte Convention Center in Uptown, Charlotte on Friday, Oct. 14 with his daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, former Apprentice contestant, Omarosa Manigault and former mayor of New York City, Rudy Giuliani.
With less than 50 days until election day, Donald Trump responded to the explosion in New York City on Saturday and later tweeted that he was considering suing the New York Times. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was in Washington, D.C. supporting President Obama’s legacy at the Congressional Black Caucus gala.
Vice President Joe Biden visited Charlotte on Sept. 12, 2016 and spoke at Central Piedmont Community College. He stressed the importance of the American middle class and supporting them with affordable access to community college and other educational opportunities.
Campaigning with Hillary Clinton in his hometown of Scranton, Pa., on Monday, Vice President Joe Biden talked about his family, told corny jokes and cited 1950s pop culture references - perhaps just like your dad.
President Barack Obama addressed the Democratic National Convention Wednesday telling the American people that Hillary Clinton is the only candidate that can move the country forward. The president told an energetic crowd in Philadelphia that it's now the American people's role to vote in November.
"There's no magic to the phrase 'radical Islam'... It's a political talking point. It's not a strategy," stated President Obama, two days after the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history. Forty nine people were killed by a gunman in an Orlando, Florida nightclub.
At a press conference in Brussels, Belgium, Secretary of State John Kerry took a moment to address the disappearance of EgyptAir Flight 804, promising aid to the search crews. Soon after, White House press secretary Josh Earnest reiterated the Secretary's sentiments, adding that the U.S. Navy is deploying aircraft to help with the search effort.