from Rick T. Wilking

from Rick T. Wilking

As we finally approach the general election in November, The Roar will keep you up to date on major events in the Presidential Election that happened over the last week. Each week, Rachel and Rachel will each report on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s major campaign speeches and announcements.

by Rachel Lamb, executive editor

The second presidential debate came as Hillary rose in the polls after a tape was released of Trump where he made comments referencing sexually assaulting women. Additionally, Clinton had a strong debate, dismissing many of Trump’s comments as incorrect and irrelevant.

Wiki Leaks leaked e-mails they claimed was from Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta, and excerpts from Clinton’s paid speeches to wall street.  In the release from wiki-leaks one transcript says she feels she is removed from the everyday American, and discusses other topics she has previously not spoken about.

“Donald Trump is different. I said starting back in June that he was not fit to be president and commander in chief. And many Republicans and independents have said the same thing. What we all saw and heard on Friday was Donald talking about women, what he thinks about women, what he does to women. And he has said that the video doesn’t represent who he is. But I think it’s clear to anyone who heard it that it represents exactly who he is,”

by Rachel Swartz, staff reporter

On Thursday, October 13, Donald Trump bashed the United Nations for their attempt to detach the State of Israel from Jerusalem.

Trump continued on to blast the Obama Administration, as they have continuously looked down on the words ‘Jerusalem’ and ‘Israel’. Further on, Trump mentioned that the President’s comments were an “embarrassment to Shimon Peres, whose memory the President was attempting to honor.”

“In a Trump Administration, Israel will have a true, loyal and lasting friend in the United States of America.”