While many sports fans may be tuning into Monday Night Football rather than the first Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump presidential debate Monday, the Clinton campaign’s still trying to reach them. They’re even tailoring their message to fantasy football fans, as evidenced by the ads they ran on ESPN.com’s fantasy football page Monday: That stereotype will certainly […]
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In a memo sent by Donald Trump communications staffer Jason Miller, the Trump campaign mocked Hillary Clinton for spending so much time preparing for the upcoming presidential debate.
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Robby Mook: ‘Unfair’ to expect Hillary Clinton to police Donald Trump at debate Hillary Clinton’s campaign is pressuring Monday night’s moderator to take a more active role in the presidential debate, saying it’s “unfair” to expect ...
Just because you weren’t able to snag a seat at Hofstra University when Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off in the first presidential debate on Monday night, doesn’t mean you can’t tune into the highly anticipated showdown wit...