Obama mccain battle in final debate – John King tells CNN

Obama mccain battle in final debate – John King tells CNN.

Clinton, Bush hit by New Hampshire vote.

Trump stumbles on abortion question.

Polls, state polls, online polls – CNN’s Ja안마ke Tapper and the pollster Peter Hart report from Greenville.

Clinton’s speech at 9:14 a.m. ET: Full text

Clinton t넷마블 포커o Clinton for first question from Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.

Clinton hits New Hampshire in final debate.

Clinton answers Obama ‘the most qualified man for the office.’

Clinton says ‘we need to get this country back to where it was, when we could start investing in our children’s future.’

Clinton says the next four years will ‘be difficult and maybe even dangerous,파라오 카지노 but it’s my hope that we can do our part to make sure that happens.’

She says if elected she will focus on raising wages, protecting Social Security benefits and putting a lot more effort in helping middle-income Americans ‘like you and your family.’

Clinton explains the reason for being more than willing to get into a Cabinet meeting at 9:43 a.m.

Clinton to Kaine: ‘There is no other person I would give the chance to the presidency to and to try and do for our country the things that you have done for the country as a governor and as an American citizen.’

Clinton thanks Kaine for his leadership but says her job will be more challenging.

Clinton says, ‘This is a guy who is someone who has been, and always will be, for the little guy, not just my political beliefs.’

Clinton says her plans include an immediate $12 trillion tax cut, giving tax relief to working people who don’t have tax relief and $1 trillion in student loan relief, $800 billion of which will help families that graduate college with loans to pay for a college education.

Clinton will unveil an education and job creation plan this week that includes “three key ideas: the ability of parents to work longer hours; higher pay for working families; and a strong America, with strong schools.

Clinton addresses economic growth at 11:28 a.m. ET: Full text

Clinton will talk about “growing prosperity” around the world, as well as how Obama was elected to be the leader of their nation.

Clinton’s address begins with a quote by Martin Luther King, Jr.

Clinton on Sanders: “You’re not afraid to stand up to the establishment