Military backers: Trump vs. Clinton

Military backers: Trump vs. Clinton – The San Diego Union

Trump on Tuesday released a list of 88 retired military generals and admirals who support him. Clinton just put out her own list today. We’ll take a look at those 95 names, as well. Some corners

Survey: Career-Oriented Troops Favor Trump Over Clinton

Career-oriented troops favor Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump over his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton by a 3:1 margin, a new Military.com reader survey has found.

Clinton pressed on emails and Trump defends praising Putin

Trump and Clinton share their visions for the military and veterans during a town hall event.

Donald Trump Is Endorsed by Nearly 90 Military Figures

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Sep 07, 2016 · Mr. Trump, the Republican nominee, is seeking to blunt an edge that Mrs. Clinton, a former secretary of state, has established either from retired military …

Hillary Clinton Calls Many Trump Backers ‘Deplorables

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Sep 11, 2016 · Hillary Clinton Calls Many Trump Backers ‘Deplorables,’ and G.O.P. Pounces Video Hillary Clinton, at a fund-raiser on Friday, said half of Donald J. Trump supporters were “racist, sexist

Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton – Difference and

The first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton was held at Hofstra University on September 26. It was a fiery debate with both candidates attacking each other. Many political analysts [15] [16] [17] opined that Clinton won the debate; she seemed better prepared with …

Military Poll: Troops Backing Trump By 3-to-1 Margin Over

A majority of America’s military troops are backing Donald Trump – with career-minded forces favoring him by a 3-to-1 margin over Hillary Clinton, a Military.com poll shows. The survey, released Wednesday, shows of more than 1,300 active-duty members of the National Guard or Reserve, 67 percent

Poll: Trump Leads Clinton Among Military and Veteran Voters

A sizable number of military and veteran voters say they would not be confident in Clinton or Trump’s ability to be an effective commander-in-chief of the nation’s military — but a slight