US 2016: Clinton’s foreign policy plan would start WWIII- Trump says

On few days time of polling day in US. Republican candidate Donald Trump has criticised Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton over foreign affairs. He said her foreign policy plan in Syria would trigger World War Three.

He said the US should focus on defeating the so-called Islamic State rather than convincing Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to stand down.

Clinton has been proposing a no-fly zone over Syria, which some say could lead to conflict with Russian jets.

Mr Trump also attacked Republicans for not uniting behind his candidacy.

“If we had party unity, we couldn’t lose this election to Hillary Clinton,” he told Reuters news agency at Trump National Doral golf resort in Miami, Florida.

Conclusion: The fight goes on.


US 2016: Top Republican Ryan ‘won’t defend Trump’

After a tense TV debate. Republicans still no trust in Donald Trump. On Monday, Republican Speaker Paul Ryan has decided to not support Trump by his remarks over women best known as Pussygate.

So, Ryan vowed to focus on defending seats in Congress.

According to sources familiar with a conference call he held with congress members on Monday, Ryan appeared to have accepted that Clinton would win the White House and wanted to make sure Republicans in Congress were strong enough to challenge her.

Ryan said he would spend “his entire energy making sure that Hillary Clinton does not get a blank cheque with a Democrat-controlled Congress”, the source said.

“You all need to do what’s best for you in your district,” he was quoted as telling colleagues.

Conclusion: The republicans are split over Pussygate.

US 2016: George HW Bush supports Clinton according Politico website

The Republican party is stoned today. Former US president George HW Bush has endorsed Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton according sources declares to US website Politico.

Bush allegedly made the pledge to Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, niece to US ex-President John F Kennedy.

The former president’s office has not confirmed the report, with a spokesman saying he was checking.

Conclusion: Even Bush senior endorses Clinton.

US 2016: Colin Powell calls Trump ‘national disgrace’ in email leak

The former Secretary of State, Colin Powell remains quiet during presidential campaing until now. Hackers has hacking his personal email to release on news site Buzzfeed. He criticises republican candidate Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

Powell said he had “no further comment” but was “not denying it”.

The former secretary of state, who served during George W Bush’s administration, also called Mr Trump an “international pariah” who “is in the process of destroying himself”.

“No need for Dems to attack him,” the email said, according to BuzzFeed News.

In a separate email sent on 21 August, Powell also criticised Mr Trump for promoting the birther movement, which questioned whether President Barack Obama was born in the US.

“Yup, the whole birther movement was racist,” the email read. “That’s what the 99% believe. When Trump couldn’t keep that up he said he also wanted to see if the certificate noted that he was a Muslim.”

But the leaked emails also revealed Mr Powell’s frustrations with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and her handling of her use of private email while at the state department.

“Sad thing… HRC could have killed this two years ago by merely telling everyone honestly what she had done and not tie me into it,” the email read, referring to Mrs Clinton.

“I told her staff three times not to try that gambit. I had to throw a mini tantrum at a Hampton’s party to get their attention.”

Clinton has pointed to Powell’s use of his personal AOL account at the state department as an example of why her email use was common practice.

“Everything HRC touches she kind of screws up with hubris,” he said in an email last year to his business partner Jeffrey Leeds.

Conclusion: Many americans agrees with Powell on political issues.

US 2016: Farage speaks at Donald Trump rally

The British Eurosceptic MEP and outgoing UKIP leader Nigel Farage will speak at rally in US state of Missouri in favour of Republican candidate Donald Trump. He told local radio in the state that the similarities between Brexit and the US election were “uncanny”.

Trump, who is trailing his rival Hillary Clinton in the opinion polls, backed the UK’s exit from the EU.

In a tweet last week, Trump said: “They will soon be calling me Mr Brexit.”

Farage, who attended the Republican convention in Cleveland last month, said he would not “fall into the trap” of personally endorsing Mr Trump in his quest to reach the White House, but added that he would not vote for Mrs Clinton “even if you paid me”.

Conclusion: The meeting of the year.

US 2016: Republican security experts rail against Trump in open letter

Donald Trump has a new trouble today. The 50 Republican national security experts has published an open letter which criticises him by his lack the character, values and experience” to be president.

It has warned that party nominee Donald Trump “would be the most reckless president” in US history.

“He weakens US moral authority as the leader of the free world,” the letter read.

“He appears to lack basic knowledge about and belief in the US Constitution, US laws, and US institutions, including religious tolerance, freedom of the press, and an independent judiciary.”

Also among those who signed the letter were John Negroponte, the first director of national intelligence and later deputy secretary of state; Robert Zoellick, who was also a former deputy secretary of state and former president of the World Bank; and two former secretaries of homeland security, Tom Ridge and Michael Chertoff.

Conclusion: More troubles for Trump.