Kaine says Clinton will try to work with GOP

26 October, 2016, 07:41 | Author: Brittany Bishop
  • Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine campaigned at Taylor Allderdice High School in Squirrel Hill on Saturday. Stephen Caruso | Senior Staff

Because of this, Democrats are hopeful that they will be able to turn Trump's struggles into losses for Republicans in tight Senate races, like Toomey's.

"We're running a coordinated campaign, working hard with gubernatorial, Senate, and House candidates", said Robby Mook, Clinton's campaign manager.

"Look at Katie's opponent", Clinton told a crowd of 1,800.

"I understand that they need a president who cares about them, will listen to them and I want to be their president", she said.

But with polls showing Mrs. Clinton pulling away from Mr. Trump in Pennsylvania and many other states, she also repeatedly extended an olive branch to voters still considering Mr. Trump. "If he doesn't have the courage to stand up to Donald Trump after all this, then can you be sure he'll stand up for you when it counts?" Pat Toomey, saying he too has refused to "stand up" to Trump.

He also predicts the Democratic ticket will get a lot of Republican votes, and that will help bring the country together if Clinton becomes president.

Clinton's comments come days after her top dollar super PAC, Priorities USA, announced that they would begin airing ads against Republican Sen. Despite the campaign's preview, for instance, the candidate never mentioned the name of Rep. Joe Heck, the Republican running to succeed Sen.

A spokesman for the Toomey campaign fired back that Mrs. Clinton's remarks were "just further proof that hyper-partisan, ethically challenged Katie McGinty will be a rubber stamp for everything Hillary Clinton wants to do in Washington". We can not take anything for granted because if we are able to win big, we will bring in more members of the House and the Senate who will help Hillary do the things I was just describing, and move this nation forward. Campaign manager Kellyanne Conway laid out a path to the requisite 270 electoral votes that goes through make-or-break states Florida, Iowa, North Carolina and Ohio. The singer surprised students at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas when she knocked on the doors of their dorm rooms wearing a T-shirt that read "Nasty Woman", a phrase Trump uttered at Wednesday's debate in reference to Clinton. "But, clearly, I think there is a capacity for much of the information in them to be wrong". "I'm gonna let the American people decide between what he offers and what we offer". While 270 is still the goal, he said, Clinton is expanding her map because traditionally red states like Arizona are now in play.

The super PAC is now airing ads against Toomey over comments Trump made about abortion earlier this year, and against Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte who is in a close race to hold on to her seat in New Hampshire.

Clinton has shown a heightened interest in recent weeks in shifting power in the Senate.

"17 days and we don't have to hear him talk anymore, we don't have to see him on our TVs", he said.

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus says he expects Trump will win the election.


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