Tag: Tim Kaine


Tim Kaine Accuses Donald Trump of Holocaust Denial

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA), who was Hillary Clinton’s running mate in the 2016 presidential election, told NBC News’ Meet the Press on Sunday morning that President Donald Trump was guilty of Holocaust denial.

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Tim Kaine Loses to the NRA (Again)

When Hillary Clinton selected Tim Kaine to be her running mate, Kaine was quick to claim he did not fear running on a pro-gun control ticket because the NRA has “never beaten” him.

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Tim Kaine Cheers End of White Majority in Spanish Address

During an Arizona speech delivered in Spanish, Sen. Tim Kaine cheered the demographic transformation of the United States caused by the nation’s federal immigration policies, telling his Latino audience on Thursday, “You are the future of America.”

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Poll: Virginia Back in Play as Donald Trump Surge Continues

NEW YORK CITY, New York — The Old Dominion is back on the chessboard as the final week of the campaign begins with a new poll from Boston’s Emerson College showing Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton’s lead there has nearly evaporated.

Democratic vice presidential nominee U.S. Sen Tim Kaine (D-VA) speaks during a campaign rally with democratic preisdential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at Taylor Allderdice High School on October 22, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. With just over two weeks to go before election day, Hillary Clinton is campaigning …

Tim Kaine Plans Campaign Speech Entirely En Español

“In Phoenix, Kaine will deliver remarks entirely in Spanish — a first for an organized campaign rally during a US presidential campaign — about the high stakes of this election and the choice voters face,” the Clinton campaign revealed in a statement.

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Chicago Tribune: Time for Democrats to Ask Clinton to Step Aside

John Kass writes in the Chicago Tribune that in the face of the FBI reopening an investigation into the emails of Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State, it is time for her to “step down” as the Democratic Presidential nominee.