Published: Wed, August 03, 2016
Global Media | By Abel Hampton

Hillary Rodham Clinton's Campaign Raked in Some Serious Cash in July 2016

Richard Hanna addressing supporters in NY.

When asked in late April at Berkshire's annual meeting about how a possible Trump presidency would impact the company's financial performance, Buffett quipped "that won't be the main problem".

Donald Trump says that without the USA, "the Gulf states won't exist".

Obama was speaking during a news conference with the prime minister of Singapore, who is visiting the White House. "This is unheard of for Republicans, $35.8 million", Trump told Denver TV station KUSA.

Many have noted that the Democratic convention last week liberally co-opted traditional Republican iconography. More than $8.7 million flowed into the campaign between 8 p.m. Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday. NY came late in the cycle and pitted him against only Cruz and John Kasich.

And on Monday, Buffett challenged Trump to show his tax returns - something that Trump has so far been unwilling to do.

Richard Hanna, R-New York announced he would be putting his country before his party and casting his vote for Hillary Clinton.

Hanna added: "In his latest foray of insults, Mr. Trump has attacked the parents of a slain USA soldier".

Hanna, who represents the 22nd Congressional District, penned an op-ed that was published on Tuesday morning.

Hanna is retiring from the House and is not seeking re-election, leaving him more leeway to risk upsetting colleagues and voters over his break with Trump. According to him, Mr Sanders made a deal with the devil.

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is still the clear favorite to take Tennessee in the general election, but a new poll found Tennesseans don't necessarily agree with some of their elected GOP leaders on at least one controversial gun issue. The second is the party's "Never Trump" contingent, which isn't exactly a large group, either.

CBS News shows Clinton with a 46-39 edge, while NBC News/Survey Monkey pegged her advantage at 50-42.

Trump has fallen slightly behind Clinton in recent polls since each party held their nominating conventions last month.

Maria Comella, Chris Christie's former aide, will vote for Clinton saying that with Trump as the GOP nominee, Republicans "are at a moment where silence isn't an option", CNN reported.

Trump is so much more of a political wild card than Clinton.

Perhaps a result of a series of well-received speeches from high-profile Democrats, Clinton's gains this week were not only in the horserace numbers.

Of the $90 million raised in July, which is the candidate's best single month of fundraising since the campaign began, $63 million went to the candidate either through donations to the Hillary for America campaign account or through a joint fundraising account between Clinton, the DNC and dozens of state parties.

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