Joe Macaron, a policy analyst at Arab Center Washington DC, warns that "the Syrian opposition's bet on a Hillary presidency might be a rerun of weighing its options in 2011 and 2012 on the expectation of a US intervention under Obama".
This was a live interview, and the Clinton campaign says the former secretary of state misspoke.
The Obama administration, for more than a year, has focused on the most serious immigration cases. Her remarks were audible to reporters held in a nearby room. In her phone interview with MSNBC, she said she was certain there are no emails or Clinton Foundation ties to foreign entities that would affect her presidential prospects.
Inside, Judy Callahan, 69, says she's preparing to retire from her job as a hospice cook - and devote her free time to volunteering for the Trump campaign.
The Republican U.S. Senate candidate in IN is declining to say whether he's comfortable with Donald Trump serving as commander in chief and possessing the nation's nuclear launch codes.
A week later at the Democratic convention, Hillary Clinton made not one reference to Syria.
Trump skipped the 42-mile motorcycle ride that preceded the event in a state where polls show a tight contest, a rare bright spot for Trump amid a sea of challenging battleground states.
The nominee and Indiana GOP governor also sought to distinguish Trump's position from Clinton's. Priebus began his answer with a giant caveat: "I just don't speak for Donald Trump". Joni Ernst came just hours after Clinton received her first national security briefing as the Democratic presidential nominee. But it goes too far in claiming that Trump's "plans for immigrants" are clear.
One by one, Iowa's top Republicans took the stage at the fairground's livestock pavilion to praise Trump, where officials with Sen. He offered no evidence that Weiner had access to classified material. "But she thought there were people on the ground who we could help".
You look at Hillary Clinton, she is the one that labeled African-American youth as "super predators". But at least he won't say she smells.
"You know it's a process", he said.
Trump later followed up with a second tweet sending the family his condolences. They included 1,154 likely voters and have a credibility interval of 3 percentage points. "No, what I'm trying to say to you is, the people who are here today, they're going to vote for Trump". "She will do this not only through radical regulation, but also by raising taxes on family farms - and all businesses - to rates as high as almost 50 percent". She is stressing the need to fully integrate mental health services into the US health care system.
Clinton's campaign released an annotated version of his letter Monday morning, pointing inconsistencies and apparent typos. Her plan stresses early diagnosis and intervention and calls for a national initiative for suicide prevention.
It would also try to integrate the nation's mental and physical health care systems to focus on the health of each individual in a seamless way.
Donald Trump said Sunday night he plans to make a "major speech" on immigration during his stop in Arizona on Wednesday.
The announcement tweeted by the GOP presidential nominee Sunday came after his surrogates struggled on the weekly talk shows to answer a key question about the issue at the center of his campaign: Whether he still intends to deploy a "deportation force" to eject all 11 million or so people in the USA illegally. And they wouldn't say whether it was worrisome that such a consequential proposal remained unclear so close to the November 8 election. Late Sunday, the nation's only African-American owned and operated national Christian television network announced its president and CEO, Bishop Wayne T. Jackson would interview the Republican nominee in Detroit on September 3.
The Republican presidential candidate's hardline stance on repatriating the 11 million undocumented immigrants in the United States has been a central tenet of Trump's White House campaign - and a hugely popular selling point to his most ardent supporters.