What would be a successful Democratic convention for Hillary Clinton/Tim Kaine ticket (photo credit hillaryclinton.com), what kind of message Clinton needs from the convention to boost his campaign? Read few comments.
What would be a successful GOP convention for Donald Trump/Mike Pence ticket, what kind of message Trump needs from the convention to boost his campaign? Read few comments.
Bernie Sanders said: The Democratic National Convention will be a contested convention. But how realistic or unrealistic is this scenario especially when Hillary wins California primary? Is Sanders pushing for concessions (maybe Veep post, perhap not for him personally but maybe for somebody who is close to him)? Read few comments.
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The polls are tricky and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are not in the same position as she still fights Bernie Sanders in primaries. But if we look at some polls Clinton and Trump are tied in likely November matchup. How do you read such polls or maybe we should not pay much attention to them? Read few comments.
It seems for some critics President Barack Obama’s visit of Hiroshima is not enough as he will not apologize but for the other side it is too much because he is going there. How do you perceive this visit? Read few comments.
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What few expected (definitely not me) when he has announced his candidacy is happening. Donald Trump is now the presumptive GOP nominee. So what next for him and Republicans? Read few comments.
President Barack Obama visits Britain do you think that his expected intervention may have some impact on EU referendum campaing or probably not, and why? Read few comments.
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