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In Donald Trump recount election drama, news media is again being taken for a ride

Updated : Nov 29, 2016

By : Nikhila Natarajan

Category : World

In Donald Trump recount election drama, news media is again being taken for a ride

Trump made unsubstantiated claims of serious US voter fraud and said "millions of people" had cast their ballots illegally, offering no evidence for the assertions he put forth on Twitter. #CriticalPoint #Michigan #Wisconsin #clinton #Princeton #Trump #USElection #JillStein #Recount #Halderman
Donald Trump's win feels like a crackling slap, telling women to go back to the kitchens

Updated : Nov 11, 2016

By : Vishnupriya Bhandaram

Category : World

Donald Trump's win feels like a crackling slap, telling women to go back to the kitchens

I remember packaging ‘Donald Trump Wins’ videos and graphics and telling my co-workers that it is unlikely we would ever use them. #Donald Trump #US #CriticalPoint #Hillary Clinton #USA #Bill Clinton #United States of America #clinton #US Presidential Election 2016 #2016 US Presidential election
Analysis - How the polls, including ours, missed Trump's victory | Reuters

Updated : Nov 10, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Analysis - How the polls, including ours, missed Trump's victory | Reuters

By Maurice Tamman and Guy Faulconbridge | NEW YORK/LONDON NEW YORK/LONDON Two days ago, pollsters and statisticians gave Hillary Clinton odds of between 75 and 99 percent of winning the U.S. presidential election. How did so many get it so wrong?In hindsight, the polling consensus went astray in two major ways.The media, including Reuters, pumped out two kinds of poll stories. #facebook #clinton #follow-reuters #corrections #reuters-news
Brazil congratulates Trump but worries about his policies | Reuters

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Brazil congratulates Trump but worries about his policies | Reuters

By Lisandra Paraguassu | BRASILIA BRASILIA Brazil's government on Wednesday congratulated U.S. President-elect Donald Trump on his victory but faced the delicate task of rowing back comments by its foreign minister expressing fear that a Trump presidency would be a "nightmare." Brazil's currency weakened by around 1.6 percent in afternoon trade due to risk aversion and uncertainty over economic policy following Trump's victory.During the U.S. #clinton #follow-reuters #twitter-follow #reuters-news #election-trump
Obama on Trump victory: we are now all rooting for his success | Reuters

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Obama on Trump victory: we are now all rooting for his success | Reuters

WASHINGTON President Barack Obama urged Democrats on Wednesday to put aside their disappointment after Republican Donald Trump won the race to replace him and work toward a successful transition of presidential power."We are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country," Obama said after a bitter campaign where he worked hard on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's behalf to defeat Trump, who has pledged to undo Obama's top legislative and executive accomplishments. "I want to make sure that hand-off is well executed because ultimately we're all on the same team," Obama said. (Reporting by Jeff Mason, Ayesha Rascoe, Doina Chiacu; Writing by Roberta Rampton; editing by Grant McCool) #Thomson Reuters #clinton #reuters-news #reuters-info-channel #election-trump
After Trump victory, France braces for possible surprise in 2017 | Reuters

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

After Trump victory, France braces for possible surprise in 2017 | Reuters

By Michel Rose | PARIS PARIS After Donald Trump's shock win in the United States, French pollsters and pundits are now warning that surprises should not be ruled out in France's presidential election next year because of an untested primary system and a fragmented political field. With poll after poll showing far-right leader Marine Le Pen emerging as one of the top two candidates in the first round but losing the second-round run-off, commentators have presented ex-prime minister Alain Juppe's victory as almost guaranteed.Incumbent Francois Hollande, who has yet to confirm his candidacy, is the most unpopular president in history, polls show no other leftist candidate has much of a chance, and former conservative leader Nicolas Sarkozy is also widely unpopular.That would leave the way to the Elysee Palace wide open for Juppe, a moderate conservative seen as a safe pair of hands. Or so the story goes in the French media."Many people are acting as if Alain Juppe will for certain be the next president. #clinton #twitter-follow #newsletters #corrections #reuters-news-agency #reuters-info-channel #election-trump
Putin says will try to repair ties with U.S.A under Trump | Reuters

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Putin says will try to repair ties with U.S.A under Trump | Reuters

By Denis Pinchuk | MOSCOW MOSCOW Russia is ready to do its part to fully restore ties with Washington following the election of businessman Donald Trump as the next U.S. President, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.Trump stunned the world by defeating heavily favoured rival Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election, ending eight years of Democratic rule and sending the United States on a new, uncertain path.Among those uncertainties will be the Trump administration's future relations with Russia #Thomson Reuters #clinton #follow-reuters #newsletters #corrections
Anxious world leaders seek clarity on Trump policies | Reuters

Updated : Nov 09, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Anxious world leaders seek clarity on Trump policies | Reuters

By Angus MacSwan | LONDON LONDON World leaders reacted to Donald Trump's victory in the U.S. presidential election with offers to work with him tinged with anxiety over how he would deal with a host of problems, from the Middle East to an assertive Russia.Several authoritarian and right-wing leaders commended the billionaire businessman and reality TV star who against the odds won the leadership of the world's most powerful country.Trump, who has no previous political or military experience, sent conciliatory signals after his upset of Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, pledging to seek common ground, not conflict, with the United States' allies.During his election campaign, Trump expressed admiration for Russian President Vladimir Putin, questioned central tenets of the NATO military alliance and suggested Japan and South Korea should develop nuclear weapons to shoulder their own defence burden.Putin was among the first to send congratulations after Trump declared victory.Ties between Washington and Moscow have become strained over the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, and allegations of Russian cyber attacks featured in the U.S. election campaign."We heard the campaign statements of the future U.S #facebook #Thomson Reuters #clinton #follow #follow-reuters #reuters-news
Clinton and Trump chase last-minute support on U.S. election eve | Reuters

Updated : Nov 07, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Clinton and Trump chase last-minute support on U.S. election eve | Reuters

By Amanda Becker and Emily Stephenson | PITTSBURGH/SARASOTA PITTSBURGH/SARASOTA Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump crisscrossed the United States on Monday, racing to sway undecided voters and to get their supporters to vote in a tight presidential contest that opinion polls show narrowly favoring Clinton.With only one day left before Election Day, the Clinton campaign was boosted by Sunday's unexpected announcement by FBI Director James Comey that the agency stood by its July decision not to press any criminal charges in an investigation of Clinton's email practices.The latest opinion polls showed former Secretary of State Clinton ahead. A Fox News poll showed her leading Trump, a wealthy New York real estate developer, by 4 percentage points among likely voters. Clinton also held a 4-point lead in an ABC/Washington Post poll and a CBS news poll released on Monday. #Business #Middle East #Bill Clinton #clinton #graphics
Fox News poll shows Clinton leading Trump by 4 points in White House race | Reuters

Updated : Nov 07, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Fox News poll shows Clinton leading Trump by 4 points in White House race | Reuters

WASHINGTON Democrat Hillary Clinton holds a 4-point lead over Republican Donald Trump in a four-way White House race, according to an opinion poll released by Fox News on Monday.Clinton had 48 percent support in the poll of likely voters in Tuesday's election against Trump's 44 percent, Fox News said. Clinton had had a 2-point edge in the previous Fox News poll released on Friday. (Reporting by Susan Heavey; Writing by Mohammad Zargham; Editing by David Alexander) #Economy #Middle East #Hillary Clinton #markets #Entertainment #lifestyle #clinton