Clinton vs Trump presidential debate 2016: What time, date, how to watch live streaming online
Washington DC: They have been battling against each other for almost a year now. From being taken as a political lightweight, Donald Trump has emerged as a credible opponent to Hillary Clinton despite all the ridicule heaped upon him.
Republican fans and leaders are coming together behind him to strengthen his campaign. If someone had any doubt about the unity in the Republican Party, this became more than clear when Ted Cruz endorsed him saying he will be voting for Donald Trump in the forthcoming election.
US presidential election had never looked so funny. A man who most people believed had no experience of governance at any level and whose knowledge of foreign affairs is very basic to say the least has almost become the frontrunner in the US presidential race.
There is no denying that the race between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and her Republican rival Donald Trump has narrowed to a virtual dead heat, according to a latest poll ahead of the first presidential debate on Monday. A new Washington Post-ABC News poll said the two leaders, ahead of the first presidential debate, are locked in a neck-and-neck battle with just over a month to go for the elections. Forty-six per cent of the likely voters are supporting Clinton while 44% backing Trump, the Washington Post said, adding that among registered voters, they are tied at 41%.