Trump goes on tear against media, not Clinton

by Abel Hampton August 15, 2016, 0:14
Trump goes on tear against media, not Clinton

"He says the rules that apply to everybody else do not apply to Donald J. Trump", Kaine said of Trump.

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence is not saying whether he will release his tax returns - something he has not done in his current role as governor of Indiana.

But the Clinton campaign is continuing to ramp up the pressure.

Donald Trump is making an unusual foray into deep-blue CT.

Trump told a crowd gathered for a Saturday evening rally in a sweltering Fairfield gym that he was making "a big play" for CT. I have lived in CT. He incited the crowd in CT to jeer the reporters more than a half-dozen times in the first minutes of his rally.

Still, campaigning in CT is raising eyebrows among many Republicans nervous about Trump's slipping poll numbers in a series of key swing states and battlegrounds - and even some usual GOP turf. The wealthy southern coast of CT, made up of tony New York City suburbs, has always been fertile fundraising ground and Trump held an event nearby before the rally.

Others questioned the use of the candidate's resources.

"I don't think it's getting old at all", Pence said. However, his efforts before the CT rally have been minimal: He made one appearance in ME, cancelled a rally in upstate NY and has largely restricted his campaigning to traditional battleground states like Ohio, Florida and Virginia. He also called a New York Times story Sunday about his struggling campaign "fiction".

Presidential candidate Donald Trump and his running mate IN governor Mike Pence will be together IN the Hoosier State on Monday to raise money at a high-dollar fundraiser near Evansville.

"He said in that interview that it would happen before the election", Lotter said when asked for a timeline on the release of Pence's tax returns.

"I believe we're completing those forms right now, as is appropriate under federal law, and we'll be filing that", Pence told WABC when asked about financial disclosure.

"When my tax returns are released it's going to be a quick read ... the Pences have not become more wealthy as a result of sixteen years in public service", Pence, the governor of in, said.

Both Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Vice Presidential nominee Tim Kaine have made their tax information public.

Kaine and his wife, Anne Holton, who was Virginia's secretary of education until she stepped down last month, reported income of $313,441 for 2015.

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