Michelle Obama Just Delivered the Most Powerful Speech of the 2016 Campaign [FULL VIDEO]

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There remains a moral high ground in American politics, and on Thursday Michelle Obama spoke from it.In so doing she provided precisely the clarity that has been needed to raise the quality of the discourse that Donald Trump has so damaged.

 
First Lady Michelle Obama speaks during a campaign 
rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton
Manchester, New Hampshire_Oct. 13, 2016

The final presidential debate will be hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19, 2016.   Fox News’ Chris Wallace
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Each state varies and some have no early voting like Michigan; however, there are 6 situations (ranging from being 60 years old to being out-of-town on election day) where you can receive an absentee ballot; thereby casting your vote early and from home,
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Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper Steered Debate With Sharp Questions – [Final Debate Oct. 19th Info Enclosed]

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The final presidential debate will be hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19, 2016.   Fox News’ Chris Wallace

Everything you need to know about Trump and Clinton’s third 2016 presidential debate – Article

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Lester Holt (1st debate), Martha Raddatz and Anderson Cooper’s (2nd debate) were tenacious in questioning Donald Trump.
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Mr. Holt’s question about Donald Trump’s stating that Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine did not look presidential allowed Clinton to pivot to Trump’s warped views on women in which she blindsided Trump with his degrading names for Alicia Machado from Venezuela who won the 1996 Miss Universe pageant.
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Mr. Cooper’s question about whether Trump actually assaulted women like what he said on the infamous 2005 Billy Bush tape;.subsequently, lead to 9 women coming forward to say they were grouped by Trump.
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 Anderson Cooper and Martha Raddatz moderators 
for the 2nd Presidential Debate (Town Hall)
Trump’s Meltdown August 22nd and Total Meltdown October 13th
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2016 Presidential and Vice President 
Debate Moderators
NBC’s Lester Holt, ABC’s Martha Raddatz,
CNN’s Anderson Cooper, FOX’s Chris Wallace,
and CBS’ Elaine Quijano
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Each state varies and some have no early voting like Michigan; however, there are 6 situations (ranging from being 60 years old to being out-of-town on election day) where you can receive an absentee ballot; thereby casting your vote early and from home,
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Trump stalks with scowls while Clinton remains calm and collected – Oct. 9th Second debate [FULL VIDEO]

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If you missed the 2nd presidential debate; you”ll find the FULL video below. 

The final presidential debate will be hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19, 2016.   Fox News’ Chris Wallace



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Introducing: Donatella Trump

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Introducing:  Donatella Trump
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“Imagine a woman who showed up [to a presidential debate] unprepared, sniffling like a coke addict and interrupting her opponent 70 times. Let’s further imagine that she had 5 kids by 3 men, was a repeated adulterer, had multiple bankruptcies, paid zero federal taxes and rooted for the housing crisis in which many thousands of families lost their homes. Wait… there’s more: she has never held any elected office in her life.”  
Meme quote:  Michelle Vitalione  
Meme image:   Sara Lynn Michener 
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I wonder [Leslie Salzillo, columnist Daily Kos] how long this imaginary woman would last if she were to seek political office, much less try to hold one. And to become a presidential candidate? Well, perhaps on another planet. How sad, and what does it say about our country that a man like Trump would be able to rise up to the political level he has reached (there’s only one step higher) and yet Hillary would be and is relentlessly scrutinized as she has been? The hypocrisy is out of the park.
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Town Hall Debate Tonight
Washington University in St. Louis will host the second general-election debate on Oct. 9, 2016.   ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper
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The final presidential debate will be hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19, 2016.   Fox News’ Chris Wallace

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The Reviews Are In— Pence Lied, Hung Trump Out to Dry in Tuesday’s VP debate

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Below is a video clip featuring a variety of news stations that sums up the vice president’s debate on October 4, 2016.
Senator Tim Kaine accomplished his mission as seen in the video above Senator Kaine photo giving the thumps up.  
If you missed the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump–you can see it below within my NCM blog.

Senator Tim Kaine, Governor Mike Pence and CBS Debate Moderator Elaine Quijano  are introduced_October 4, 2016
For Indiana Governor Mike Pence, last night’s vice presidential debate had nothing to do with defending his running mate. Instead, Pence lied to cover up Donald Trump’s“indefensible” comments, claiming that Trump never said the things he is on record saying. The truth is that “there is no defense” for Trump’s ties to Russia, his belief in punishing women who have an abortion or Pence’s and Trump’s approval of Vladimir Putin being a “stronger leader” than our own president.
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Senator Tim Kaine accomplished his debate mission  
October 4, 2016

 Elaine Quijano, CBS debate moderator_October 4, 2016

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Each state varies and some have no early voting like Michigan; however, there are 6 situations (ranging from being 60 years old to being out-of-town on election day)where you can receive an absentee ballot; thereby casting your vote early and from home,
Town Hall Debate
Washington University in St. Louis will host the second general-election debate on Oct. 9, 2016.   ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper

The final presidential debate will be hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19, 2016.   Fox News’ Chris Wallace

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The First Presidential Debate: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump [FULL Debate]

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If you missed the 1st presidential debate; I included the FULL debate for you. Virtually all articles, media outlets, focus groups have indicated that Secretary Clinton won the 1st debate on Monday, September 26, 2016;
Former Mexican president Vicente Fox observed that the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump it was like watching“the Beauty and the Beast.”
A well prepared Hillary Clinton trumped 
“The Donald” at 1st Presidential debate
September 26, 2016

Lester Holt, NBC Presidential Debate Moderator
September 26, 2016
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First Presidential Debate:  How Did NBC’s Lester Holt Do as Moderator?

September 26 2016
TVLine
Dave Nemetz 

Monday’s first presidential debate was billed as a three-ring circus, and every good circus needs a ringmaster. That task fell to moderator Lester Holt — but was he up for it?

Asked to keep the peace between rancorous rivals Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, the NBC news anchor brought a cool demeanor and a professorial air to the proceedings.  (He even scolded the audience for cheering at one point, like a stern schoolmaster.)  Armed with an array of in-depth questions, Holt came across well-informed and levelheaded, despite facing what one pre-debate commentator called “a withering degree of scrutiny.” But anyone who’s followed Holt’s career couldn’t have been surprised by his poise.

This may have been the first general-election presidential debate Holt ever moderated, but it wasn’t his first rodeo: He’s been a TV journalist for three decades, starting out with CBS in 1981. He ably stepped in for the disgraced Brian Williams as the anchor of the NBC Nightly News in February 2015, and has held onto the anchor’s chair ever since.  And he did moderate one of this year’s Democratic presidential primary debates, along with Andrea Mitchell, back in January.

During Monday’s debate, Holt mostly stayed out of the spotlight and allowed Trump and Clinton to battle it out — maybe too much, since most topics eventually devolved into back-and-forth bickering.  And he did unfortunately get steamrolled more than once by both candidates when trying (and failing) to stick to his agenda.  But he also chimed in at times to press both candidates for specifics and keep them on topic when they veered into well-worn talking points.

Holt even directly challenged Trump during a discussion of race and police, reminding him that the New York City “stop and frisk” policy Trump touted was found unconstitutional. Because of that and pointed questions about Trump’s Iraq War stance and “birtherism,” Trump supporters may accuse Holt of pro-Clinton bias. But voting records proveHolt is a registered Republican, so it’s not as if he’s a die-hard liberal. Bottom line: Moderating this debate was a thankless job, but Holt performed admirably under considerable fire.
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Trevor Noah has “the right stuff”.  
Jon Stewart must be proud.

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Vice President Debate
Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, will host the only Vice Presidential
debate on Oct. 4, 2016.    CBS News’ Elaine Quijano 
Town Hall Debate
Washington University in St. Louis will host the second general-election debate on Oct. 9, 2016.   ABC’s Martha Raddatz and CNN’s Anderson Cooper

The final presidential debate will be hosted by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, on Oct. 19, 2016.   Fox News’ Chris Wallace

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