Americans have to keep fighting to build a "stronger middle class in today's changing economy," U.S. President Barack Obama said in his weekly address Saturday. That fight includes the right to have affordable health insurance, fair pay, family leave and workplace flexibility, Obama said in a worker-focused address tailored for the Labor Day weekend.
Story: Trump Message of Hope and Change to African-Americans Is Being Heard - by Dwight L. Schwab Jr. - Donald Trump has gone where no Republican presidential candidate has gone in any meaningful way; addressing African-Americans directly and often in their communities. Although the Hillary campaign pooh poohs such questions about their black vote in Tuesday's election, it has changed... #Politics
If 2016 election results hold up, a candidate has won the presidency while losing the popular vote five times in US history. One reform could address that without changing the Constitution, but passage is unlikely.
Donald Trump delivered the final Republican weekly address on Saturday before Tuesday's election, and encouraged people to vote for him and other Republicans to ensure a change-oriented federal government. Fifteen days ago, I proposed my Contract with the American Voter, a 100-day action plan to bring real change to Washington, Trump said. We need change so badly. If we win on Nov. 8, and elect a Republican House and Senate, we can finally deliver the change the American people deserve…