Candidates for the post of President of the United States Hillary Clinton (left) and Donald trump (right)
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The head of the electoral headquarters of Donald trump Killian Conway recognized the gap in the presidential race from Hillary Clinton. One of the reasons Conway has called the campaign of Barack and Michelle Obama and bill Clinton
The head of the electoral headquarters of Donald trump recognized the backlog of the billionaire in the presidential race, his main rival, Hillary Clinton. About this Killian Conway said in an interview with NBC News.
“We are behind. She [Hillary Clinton] there is some advantage,” said Conway. The head of staff believes that Clinton came out ahead due to the much larger cost of the race than at the headquarters of the trump.
In addition, said Conway, the opponent trump is helping the agitation of the people, the popularity of which is much higher than her own. Conway called the former President and Hillary’s husband bill Clinton, current President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle, and Vice President of the USA Joe Biden.
According to the latest poll by ABC News, the separation of Clinton from trump after a series of debates reached a record 12%. The United States presidential election will be held on 8 November.
Earlier on Saturday, October 22, trump spoke about his plans in case he wins the election. His thoughts he outlined in a statement, “the Contract with the American voter”, published on his official website.
“The fact that the Washington establishment is so zealously sought to stop our campaign, proves once again that this campaign is a chance once in a lifetime, — said the candidate. My plan is a contract between Donald trump and the American voter begins with the restoration of the honour, responsibility and the spirit of change in Washington.”
Trump’s plan includes several bills, which he promised to introduce in the first 100 days of his presidency, and some of the measures he promised to take on the very first day in the White house in three areas: the fight against corruption, protection of workers ‘ interests, the United States and restoring the rule of law.