Donald Trump launches attack on First Lady Michelle Obama

Donald Trump launches attack on First Lady Michelle Obama

Thousands flocked to downtown Phoenix on Thursday to see First Lady Michelle Obama campaign for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. She's talked about "this candidate" and dedicated much of her time to a searing indictment of his words and positions.

In her speech [watch below], she condemned Trump without saying his name.

Polls show Clinton leading by more than six points and making gains even in states like Arizona, Texas and Georgia that have always been in the Republican column.

But here's the thing: Obama did not say that about Clinton.

During a divisive political year, the hugely popular first lady has wowed voters with her powerful rhetoric.

"You've got to accept the results of this election, win or lose", Kaine said in a statement.

Sanders, delivering an after-dark rally on the University of Arizona's campus Tuesday night, called Trump's qualifications in question.

President Barack Obama denounced Donald Trump for insisting that the election is "rigged" against him, saying the Republican nominee's claim is "dangerous".

If he failed to accept the election result Mrs Clinton accused Mr Trump of endangering democracy.

Mr Trump was back on the campaign trail a day after he and Mrs Clinton appeared together at the Alfred E Smith Memorial Foundation charity dinner in New York City. "That's why we've got to have, I believe, a voting rights division in the Justice Department that is nonpartisan, and that is serious about investigating cases of voter fraud".

Here's how I see the Obama family: Michelle and Barack are good parents.

Obama to urge young adults to sign up for health care
Blue Cross Blue Shield in New Mexico agreed to start selling plans through the online exchanges after pulling out past year . He also encouraged "innovation" by the states to find a way to make these plans more affordable.

He also said: "We have a bunch of babies running our country, folks".

Doors opened at 11:30 a.m., but crowds of people were lined up outside hours before.

Of course, calls for violence are never good form, but Biden's particular brand of old-school charm makes the comment nearly acceptable.

Anita McBride, a veteran of three Republican administrations, said Mrs. Obama's schedule is more flexible at this stage of the administration because she has held the final events for some of her biggest initiatives. "To refuse to name is also to refuse to recognize something".

In 2016, and the likely election of Hillary Clinton, women will be key to a Democratic victory.

"The world hates our president", Trump said during a rally in Pennsylvania on Friday evening. On Friday (21 October), he first took a dig at first lady Michelle Obama and hours later attacked the USA president, saying the world hates Barack Obama.

"Maybe that's why he calls communities like the one where I was raised "hell" because he can't see all of the decent hardworking folks like my parents, who took those extra shifts, paid their bills on time, folks who are raising unbelievable families, sending kids to college. And last week, we saw this candidate actually bragging about sexually assaulting women".

Mr Trump has made several references to the Clintons' marriage and the former President's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky.

Mrs Obama did make the comment but she and her husband denied it referred to the Clintons. She continued by defining hope as a belief that we, as people, can do better, for us and for our children.

Last week, MObama gave a passionate speech against Trump... without once uttering his name.