17 October, 2017
Clinton underwent an x-ray Monday afternoon to examine the extent of her injury before deciding whether to continue her tour.
During the televised debate, Trump could be seen lurking behind Clinton as she answered questions from the audience regarding the Affordable Care Act during the town hall format.
But whatever the reason for her loss, it's unlikely Trump will get his chance at a rematch - in an interview CBS Sunday Morning host Jane Pauley, Clinton said her active political career is over.
Clinton has given little indication that she plans to run again, but instead has done a series of media interviews, promoting, "What Happened", her new memoir which tells the full, 469-page "story" of the 2016 election, detailing what she "saw, felt and thought during two of the most intense years" she's ever experienced.
Hillary Clinton's election would have marked the potentially irreversible final step in the march of socialism that is trampling our nation, and the end of traditional notions of American civic pride. "She's wrong", he said.
The President disagreed with Clinton on National Football League players kneeling to protest police killings and the equal justice system, and then went on a rant about the differences between sitting, standing, and kneeling.
Mattis Denies Report Trump Asked For a Massive Enhancement of Nuclear Arsenal
The president reportedly remarked Wednesday: "It is frankly disgusting the press is able to write whatever it wants to write". Trump lashed out at NBC News over a report indicating that he'd called for a drastic expansion of the USA nuclear arsenal.
European Union stops natural gas sales to North Korea
In addition to the missile tests, it has conducted six nuclear tests since 2006, including the most powerful one on September 3. The Pentagon also declined to comment specifically on reports of the potential breach , but spokesman Col.
Puerto Rico bonds sink; White House says no debt bailout
She donned a shirt that had the phrase, " Help us, we are dying ", on it for an interview Friday with CNN. The President also memorably described Clinton as a "nasty woman" on the campaign trial previous year .
At the news conference, Trump said that anyone kneeling during the playing of the national anthem at sporting events is "sitting, essentially".
The NFL should have suspended some players for one game as an initial punishment or a whole season for multiple instances of kneeling, Trump said.
The President in a tweet said he hopes the former Secretary of State who he called "crooked" contests in 2020.
"I tried to get up and it really hurt", she added, according to The Guardian. The president reiterated that he hopes the investigation wraps up quickly.
For many in the room last night, it seemed that a strained Clinton was laughing tightly through her frustration at how things have turned out.
WikiLeaks received thousands of hacked emails from accounts connected to the Democratic campaign allegedly stolen by Russian operatives.