Can Voters Overlook US Election Campaigning Controversies?

Can Voters Overlook US Election Campaigning Controversies? 1

 

After a summer of controversial campaigning, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will now focus on the key states in November's election. Sky's US correspondent, Amanda Walker, reports from Doylestown in Pennsylvania.

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9 Comments on "Can Voters Overlook US Election Campaigning Controversies?"

  1. Taxi DriverAppleChapel | September 5, 2016 at 10:58 AM | Reply

    Lololol when theres only two choices aloud… Yeahh… I think people will
    overlook some issues

  2. I really am frustrated by the governments of today. Media and those given a
    voice to speak to the people; measure the success of a nation by how much
    money it’s worth. The people’s safety, happiness and well being is becoming
    less important to those in power. Is it really surprising that those
    running for public office, see being a public servant as a job/employee? Is
    it really surprising that business men and women are the ones being
    elected? The thing I find most disgusting though; it’s not just happening
    in America.

  3. Dont fall for the negative spin.
    TRUMP 2016

  4. Trump for president

  5. The reporter speaks as though Trump is on the back foot in this election.

  6. the50calkiller | September 5, 2016 at 2:19 PM | Reply

    Cant wait till Trump is in office.

  7. That helped !!!

  8. trump for president. Clinton is losing this one. What ever the media spins,
    the opposite is true..

  9. Real UFO Videos (HEYMAN) | September 5, 2016 at 10:15 PM | Reply

    Green Party 2016!

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