It’s official: Hillary is the untouchable Queen. What are you going to do about this?
Will you also pledge your loyalty to Hillary or will you refuse to let her get away with her scandals that put America at risk?
It looks like things are heating up for Hillary at the polls:
Donald Trump has moved to within 5 percentage points of Hillary Clinton in a new national poll, cutting her lead in half.
The USA Today/Suffolk University poll found 45.6 per cent of likely voters would choose the former secretary of state if the November election were held today, compared with 40.4 per cent who would pick the real estate tycoon.
And when pollsters included Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein as choices, the margin drops to just 4 points, with a margin of error of 3.
That’s nearly a dead-heat.
Two months ago in the same poll, Clinton’s advantage over Trump was 11 points – 50 to 39 per cent.
The election is shaping up as a lesser-of-two-evils scenario among all-important independent voters, as both leading candidates are disliked by more than half of all voters.
Trump’s ‘unfavorability’ rating is now 60 per cent. Clinton’s is 53 per cent.
And roughly 20 percent of voters have a negative view of both of them, setting up the potential for a decision based on which candidate is less difficult to support when voters decide between the devil they know and the devil they don’t.
Read more: Daily Mail
Meanwhile, Barack and Hillary are hitting the campaign trail:
Hillary Clinton is ‘fired up and ready to go’ win November’s election now that she doesn’t have to worry about a possible federal indictment.
Clinton was grinning from ear to ear as she appeared in Charlotte, North Carolina, this afternoon with President Barack Obama – their first joint event of the election cycle.
The pair latched hands and lifted their hands and gave an upward punch as they posed for the cameras. Waving and pointing they made their way to center stage, the nation’s first black president and the woman he hopes will replace him reveled in the spotlight.
The former secretary of state spoke first, showering praise on Obama, her 2008 rival, who she said she was ‘very privileged’ to have gotten to know throughout the last decade, as she introduced him.
The president is ‘someone who has never forgotten where he came from,’ Clinton said. Taking a jab at her current opponent, Donald Trump, she added, ‘And Donald if you’re out there tweeting its Hawaii.’
Obama also went after Trump for his prolific use of the social media platform, saying during his remarks, ‘Everybody can tweet, but nobody actually knows what it takes to do the job until you’ve sat behind the desk.’
Read more: Daily Mail