Tag Archives: Hillary Clinton

Comedians won’t relent in Trump era, expert says Arts & Entertainment,News,Politics

By David Tuchman Comedians are wondering how to handle president-elect Donald Trump. Larry Horowitz, a professor of comedy writing at Humber college in Toronto still expects him to be a target. “Trump, no matter what he does, will be savaged by comedians, as he may well deserve, but it won’t be out of a sense of

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Trump’s big win: What voters had to say US Election 2016

By: Katherine Aylesworth, Lindsay Wadden and Laura Dart For voters across the United States, it was a night to remember — and a result some may have been surprised by. On Tuesday, Democrat Hillary Clinton won the popular vote with 47.7 per cent while Republican Donald Trump got 47.5. Still, he clinched the presidency by securing 270 Electoral

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2016 U.S. Election: Donald Trump elected News,Uncategorized,US Election 2016

Map made by Chris Besik By: Tyler Bloomfield, Hunter Crowther Donald Trump has surpassed 270 electoral votes and Hillary Clinton called him to concede the election, meaning Trump has become the president-elect of the United States. Despite nearly every major poll indicating Clinton would become the first female president of the United States, Trump shocked

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2016 U.S. Election: Humber News hits the polls in Buffalo, NY Uncategorized

By: Laura Dart, Katherine Aylesworth, Lindsay Wadden, Tyler Bloomfield Americans flocked to the polls in Buffalo, N.Y. to elect the next President of the United States. Whether they voted for Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump or a third party candidate voters seemed enthusiastic to cast their votes. Our reporter Laura Dart was there and talked to

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2016 U.S. Election: What else is America voting on? News,Politics,US Election 2016

Follow Humber News’ Live-Blog to keep up to date with the latest in the 2016 U.S. Election.  By: Hunter Crowther Most Americans will be focused on the presidential results between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump, but there are several important issues voters face at the state level. Minimum wage, marijuana, guns

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2016 U.S. Election: Humber News team on location US Election 2016

By: Lindsay Wadden, Laura Dart and Katherine Aylesworth  It’s Election Day in America and Humber News has reporters right in the thick of it. Republican supporters are rallying in the state of New York, where voting is well underway. It’s not all about the two major presidential candidates, though. On Monday night, our reporters visited a Republican clam bake fundraiser

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2016 U.S. Election: Armed citizens spotted in some places ahead of vote News,Politics,Uncategorized

By: Chris Besik Armed citizens can be spotted in certain communities across the U.S. [View the story “Trump Militia 2016” on Storify]

How does voting in the U.S. presidential election work? News,Politics,US Election 2016

By: Hunter Crowther Most Canadians are well aware the United States presidential election takes place tomorrow, and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump are trading blows one last time before the polls close. How much do Canadians know about how the U.S. voting process works? Canadians are accustomed to the first-past-the-post system, where representatives of ridings

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Trump comments on Canadian health care not entirely off base, data suggests Politics,US Election 2016

By: Hunter Crowther There is mixed data about whether Donald Trump was out of line in questioning this country’s health care system, calling it “catastrophic.” In last Sunday’s presidential debate, the Republican presidential nominee suggested Hillary Clinton wants a health care system where “the government basically rules everything.” “If you haven’t noticed the Canadians, when they need a big

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