Race to White House real, not reality TV: Clinton
Taking a dig at her Republican rival Donald Trump, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has said the race to the White House is real business and not “reality TV”. “This is not reality TV. This is real.
It’s as real as it gets. So we’re going to get the economy working for everybody, not just those at the top,” Clinton, 68, said on Tuesday.
“We’re going to keep America safe, provide strong, steady leadership, and we are going to bring our country together across the divides that have pitted Americans against each other,” she told her supporters in North Carolina.
In her speech, Clinton alleged that Trump during the debate said he would not honour the commitment the country has made with its friends and allies.
“Words matter. And last night it sounded like he was basically telling our treaty allies in Asia, ‘Hey, we’re not sure we’re going to be there for you even though we have a mutual defense treaty’,” she said.
Michelle Obama in Hillary TV ad
Making a strong pitch for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton as the next occupant to the White House, US First Lady Michelle Obama has appeared in a new television commercial released by the Hillary Campaign.
“Our children watch everything we do. And the person we elect as president has the power to shape their lives for years to come. Hillary has spent her entire career bringing folks together on behalf of our kids, because she believes that every child deserves a chance to succeed,” the First Lady says in the 30 second ad.
“Hillary would be a president that our kids can look up to, a president who believes in our kids and fight for t hem every day. That’s why I believe in her,” Michelle said in the television commercial.
This is the First Lady’s first TV ad for the campaign, and just last week, the campaign released a radio ad featuring Michelle that is currently on air in Florida, North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania.