domingo, 3 de abril de 2016

USA: tensions increase between November presidential candidates

In the United States, the Republican candidate Donald Trump continues to dominate the attention of the media by pressing the remaining candidates to better define their campaigns.

The Democratic side, all eyes are focused on the battle between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

Sanders points the finger at Clinton accusing the candidate of having accepted funding for his campaign from the oil industry.

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"According to a Greenpeace analysis, the Clinton campaign and its Super PAC received more than 4.5 million of the fossil fuel industry," said Bernie Sanders in a speech delivered in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

Clinton, speaking in the State of New York, has chosen to concentrate on foreign policy, in particular in the fight against the Group Islamic State.

"They don't understand that I have a plan to defeat the Group Islamic State and that involves working together with other countries, including Muslim countries that they have to belong to this coalition," said Hillary Clinton.

In the Republican field, the battle develops on three fronts. On Tuesday, take place the primary in the State of Wisconsin. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and John Kasich will fight by 42 delegates Republicans.

John Kasich, the Ohio Governor, criticizes the idea of a religion test presented by Donald Trump as the police backup in neighborhoods or Muslim areas, a proposal of Ted Cruz.

"If you think we're going to win votes by sending the police to patrol neighborhoods, driving people out of their homes and send them to the other side of the border, about 11 million--can you imagine the problems this would create?" asked John Kasich.

However, on Thursday, women protested in New York against the comments by Donald Trump in favor of outlawing the abortion and women's penalty.

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