28 November, 2016
Last week, Fox News' Sean Hannity spoke out against those exercising their constitutional right to protest Donald Trump's impending presidency, telling them to "grow up" and that they need to "get over themselves".
Conway won't say what Trump might do after he becomes president with regard to U.S. It was the first time since 1988 that Pennsylvania backed a Republican presidential candidate, when Pennsylvanians chose George H.W. Bush over Michael Dukakis.While Berks County was not among those that flipped for Trump - having gone for Romney in 2012 - it is clear the reality TV star energized conservative voters in rural areas and motivated more moderate voters in the suburbs.
Trump enjoys talking to Obama, despite their differences, she said.
"I can tell you from President-Elect Trump's side that he very much enjoys speaking with President Obama, talking about the serious issues that face this country and the world", she said. That isn't going to change.
In a Medium post, lawyer Marc Elias said that the Clinton campaign had received "hundreds of messages, emails, and calls urging us to do something, anything, to investigate claims that the election results were hacked and altered in a way to disadvantage Secretary Clinton", especially in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, where the "combined margin of victory for Donald Trump was merely 107,000 votes".
Trump victory brings 'alt-right' into full view
Trump condemned participants at an alt-right conference in Washington who celebrated his election victory with a Nazi salute. Klein denounced the white nationalists in the alt-right, calling them "despicable bigots".
Andre Ward takes decision win over Sergey Kovalev
It was a classic boxer versus puncher battle, and it looked like the puncher would prevail as Kovalev won the early rounds. He got up quickly and smiles as if not hurt but needed all of his supreme defensive skills to make it out of the round.
German Chancellor Merkel's to seek fourth term
She and Obama forged a particularly close relationship, and his stop in Berlin on his farewell tour reflected that. White House assumes that they planned a dutiful welcome to a new president thinking that it will be Clinton.
Conway responded. "Not by me".
One particular cabinet slot has taken center stage as a handful of contenders have waged a behind-the-scenes battle for the position.
During an interview on Meet the Press, Conway argued against the idea of Trump putting his assets in a blind trust because it would "deny his adult children" a chance at running the company.
But she then went on to warn that Romney's consideration for the position has some feeling "betrayed", noting the former MA governor still hasn't publicly said who he voted for, and aggressively criticized Trump during the presidential campaign.