Published: Fri, October 14, 2016
Sport | By Billy Aguilar

Trump doubles down: Clinton 'has to go to jail'

Trump doubles down: Clinton 'has to go to jail'

"No, no, you can't play for the rest of the season" - our people are tough". A second woman, Rachel Cooks, said that Trump "kissed her directly on her mouth against her will", according to the report.

But the biggest draw is the woman dressed in a striped prison jumpsuit wearing a Hillary Clinton mask.

Trump also repeated his endorsement of U.S. Sen. Football and Trump just don't mix, and Wednesday was yet another example of this. It is now clear that the illegal hack of my personal email account was - just like the other recent, election-related hacks - the work of the Russian government, said Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, the target of the hack.

After a woman fainted during the rally then later regained consciousness, Trump praised her toughness; stopping abruptly in the middle of his speech to point her out and say "look at that! the woman is coming back!"

A huge crowd of Trump supporters lined up for hours to see the Republican nominee at the rally in Lakeland. The firebrand candidate said that ISIS would take over the USA if Hillary Clinton won the election on November 8.

Donald Trump will make campaign stops in Ocala and Lakeland today (WED) as part of a multi-city tour across the state.

Florida is a swing state with 29 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win in November.

Palmieri told reporters Wednesday that she "didn't recognize (the email) but moreover. we are not going to fact check each of the emails that were stolen, hacked by (Russia).in an effort to hurt our campaign".

The Times published accounts from Jessica Leeds and Rachel Crooks, women who say the GOP standard-bearer touched them inappropriately 30 years ago and in 2005, respectively.

Donald Trump is now campaigning in his own reality.

On Monday, however, Pence reiterated his support for Trump, saying he expressed remorse for his controversial comments. She thinks Trump, the businessman, would understand.

"My husband is a Vietnam War veteran and (he feels) Trump will treat veterans right", she said. "But he's got a lot of work to do, I think, if he's going to have any hope of winning this election", Thune told KELO-TV in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in an interview that aired late on Tuesday.

"It's so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to", Trump wrote on Twitter.

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