Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump continue the mudslinging on the campaign trail after Sunday night’s debate.
It looks like Trump’s lewd comments are costing him in the polls. Clinton has an eleven-percent lead in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.But Trump’s troubles don’t end there, as members of the Republican party are fighting each other over whether to stand behind him.
But Trump’s troubles don’t end there, as members of the Republican party are fighting each other over whether to stand behind him. House Majority leader Congressman Paul Ryan says he will no longer defend Trump. During a conference call, Ryan reportedly told Republican lawmakers he would never again campaign for Trump and would focus on defending the party’s majority in Congress.
Lawsuit Claims Trump Mistreated Women
According to USA Today report, several women have testified that Trump often instructed managers at his Los Angeles golf club to hire younger, attractive female workers.
Two other women claim they were fired when they complained of being sexually harassed by co-workers and one woman who worked at Trump’s Miami resort alleges that she lost her job because she became pregnant.
Is A Vote For The Green Party A Wasted Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election?
Green Party Vice Presidential Candidate Ajamu Baraka believes if people are concerned about democracy, believe in choice or real fundamental change, “The only place to go and the only support you should give is to the Green Party ticket.”
Baraka spoke with Roland Martin during Tuesday morning’s NewsOne Now about why African-Americans should support his party during this year’s critical election.
He also told Martin, “If you believe we have a responsibility to our people, a responsibility to the future or a responsibility to disconnect from the corrupt politics of the status quo, then we have to have the courage to make some courageous decisions, which means we have to break free from the two-party monopoly.”
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Calls Kaepernick’s Protest ‘Dumb & Disrespectful’
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke out against Colin Kaepernick’s National Anthem protest.
During an interview with YahooNews!’s Katie Couric, Justice Ginsburg said the NFL quarterback’s protest is “dumb and disrespectful.”
On Tuesday’s edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed Ginsberg’s dismissal of Kaepernick’s protest that has the entire nation talking about inequality, police brutality, and police accountability.
All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast