New Trump Travel Order First Speech to Congress Trump News Updates Videos

New Trump Travel Order First Speech to Congress Trump News Updates Videos


Donald Trump Latest News 2017 March Update

  1. Mike Pence has hinted on new Travel Ban Bill to be introduced as the old one has been haulted by the Courts.
  2. Made First speech to the Congress – Said He wants a healthcare changes, broad tax cuts and a $1 trillion public-private initiative to rebuild degraded roads and bridges.
  3. He was high on promises and low on the specifics on how to acheive it.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Donald Trump Latest News 2017 January Update

DONALD J. TRUMP’S VISION 

  1.     Prioritize the jobs, wages and security of the American people.
  2.     Establish new immigration controls to boost wages and to ensure that open jobs are offered to American workers first.
  3.  Protect the economic well-being of the lawful immigrants already living here by curbing uncontrolled foreign worker admissions
  4.  Select immigrants based on their likelihood of success in the U.S. and their ability to be financially self-sufficient.
  5. Vet applicants to ensure they support America’s values, institutions and people, and temporarily suspend immigration from regions that export terrorism and where safe vetting cannot presently be ensured.
  6.  Enforce the immigration laws of the United States and restore the Constitutional rule of law upon which America’s prosperity and security depend.

Donald Trump Latest News 2016 December Update

29 December: Donald trump takes credit for Sprint plan to keep 5000 jobs in US.

29 December: Trump Dismisses threat to increase sanctions to Russia.


About Donald Trump  

Donald John Trump (born June 14, 1946) is an American politician, businessman, television personality, and the President-elect of the United States. He is scheduled to take office as the 45th President on January 20, 2017.
Trump was born and raised in the Queens borough of New York City and received a bachelor's degree in economics from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania in 1968. In 1971, he took charge of his family's real estate and construction firm, Elizabeth Trump & Son, which was later renamed The Trump Organization. During his business career, Trump has built, renovated, or managed numerous office towers, hotels, casinos, and golf courses. He owned the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants from 1996 to 2015, and has lent the use of his name to brand various products. From 2004 to 2015, he hosted The Apprentice, a reality television show on NBC. As of 2016, Forbes listed Trump as the 324th wealthiest person in the world (113th in the United States), with a net worth of $4.5 billion.

Donald Trump Cabinet Ministers List 2017 Names Description government members Probable US Cabinet List

Donald Trump Cabinet Ministers List 2017 Names Description government members Probable US Cabinet List

After election day, media outlets reported on persons described by various sources as possible appointments to senior positions in the incoming Trump presidency. Until the Trump Administration annouces their official cabinet, this page will continue to be updated with new information and potential positions.

Read More: Inaugration & Swearing Donald Trump as President on 20th January


Declared names of Donald Trump's Cabinet

Cabinet Members list of Donald Trump 2017

Office Name Announcement Full Senate Vote Date
Vice President Mike Pence July 15, 2016 Jan 20, 2017 (Took Office)
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson December 13, 2016 February 1, 2017
Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin November 30, 2016 February 13, 2017
Secretary of Defense James Mattis December 1, 2016 January 20, 2017
Attorney General Jeff Sessions November 18, 2016 February 8, 2017
Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke December 15, 2016 March 1, 2017
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue January 18, 2017 April 24, 2017
Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross November 30, 2016 February 27, 2017
Secretary of Labor Andrew Puzder December 8, 2016  
  Alex Acosta February 16, 2017 April 27, 2017
Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price November 29, 2016 February 10, 2017
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson December 5, 2016 March 2, 2017
Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao November 29, 2016 January 31, 2017
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry December 14, 2016 March 2, 2017
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos November 23, 2016 February 7, 2017
Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin January 11, 2017 February 13, 2017
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly December 7, 2016 January 20, 2017
Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer January 3, 2017 01-05-2017
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats January 7, 2017 March 15, 2017
Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley November 23, 2016 January 24, 2017
Management and Budget Mick Mulvaney December 16, 2016 February 16, 2017
Director of the Central Intelligence Agency Mike Pompeo November 18, 2016 January 23, 2017
Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt December 7, 2016 February 17, 2017
Small Business Administration Linda McMahon December 7, 2016 February 14, 2017

 


 

Executive Office of the President 

Executive Office of the President

 

 

 

 

 

White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus
Counselors National Security Deputy Nat. Sec.
Bannon Flynn McFarland
Conway    
Domestic Policy Econ. Council Homeland Security
Bremberg Cohn Bossert
Press Sec./Comm. Dir Public Liaison. WH Office Dir.
Spicer Omarosa
Counsel Drug Control Science & Tech.
McGahn

Declared Cabinet Minister Names with descriptions


Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross
Secretary of State
Name Description
Rex Tillerson ExxonMobil CEO
Secretary of Treasury
Name Description
Steven Mnuchin Goldman Sachs partner; Relativity Media movie producer; Trump campaign finance chairman.
Secretary of Defense
Name Description
James Mattis Retired Marine General
Attorney General
Name Description
Jeff Sessions Member of the United States Senate Committee on Armed Services from Alabama.
Secretary of the Interior
Name Description
Ryan Zinke American politician serving as U.S. Representative for Montana's at-large congressional district
Secretary of Labor
Name Description
Andrew Franklin chief executive of CKE Restaurants
Secretary of Health and Human Services
Name Description
Thomas Edmunds "Tom" Price American physician and politician who is the U.S. Representative for Georgia's 6th congressional district, serving since 2005
Secretary of Energy
Name Description
Rick Perry former Governor of Texas
Secretary of Homeland Security
Name Description
John F. Kelly four-star Marine general
White House Chief of Staff
Name Description
Reince Priebus chair of the Republican National Committee.
Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency
Name Description
Myron Ebell Chair of the Cooler Heads Coalition and director of the Center for Energy and Environment at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.
Ambassador to the United Nations
Name Description
John Bolton Former George W. Bush recess appointee as United States Ambassador to the United Nations whose Senate confirmation was blocked in 2006 by Republican Lincoln Chaffee.

 

US election 2016: Who will be the King of White House, 5 battleground states decides fate,US key battleground states, Florida,Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina,US presidential Election 2016

US election 2016: Who will be the King of White House, 5 battleground states decides fate,US key battleground states, Florida,Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina,US presidential Election 2016trumpclinton3

A handful of key battleground states are likely to dictate the outcome of the US presidential election.

While there are as many as 11 real swing states in this year's election, some have a far higher number of Electoral College votes, meaning candidates will battle it out for victory in just a handful of key states.

The likely swing states are: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.

However, those with the highest number of Electoral College votes are: Florida, Michigan, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Ohio – making them key battleground states for the November election.

Florida


Florida has long been considered a critical battleground in the US elections, with its 29 Electoral College votes (the latest of which was awarded to the state in 2010) making it the joint third largest US state in terms of voter numbers.

The two largest states, California (55 EC votes) and Texas (38 EC votes) are safe Democrat and Republican states, respectively, putting additional pressure on votes won and lost in Florida.

In the 2016 election, Florida voters currently appear to favour GOP candidate Donald Trump, with the most recent poll from CNN/ORC showing Trump leading by four points in a head-to-head battle and by three points in a four-way race including Gary Johnson and Jill Stein.

But despite close races in several battleground states, an election forecast from Five Thirty Eightshows Clinton is still more likely to see victory in the November 8 election than Trump – putting her at 61.1% probability for a win, compared to Trump at just 38.9%.

So which states are the presidential nominees likely to put their energy into winning? Here, we outline the five key battleground states:

Ohio

Historically considered one of the country's most important swing states, Ohio is considered something of a predictor for how elections will play out.

No Republican presidential candidate has won an election without Ohio, and, given its oft-referenced diversity, it is also seen as something of a barometer for how the rest of the country will vote.

The latest polls suggest Trump is doing well in Ohio – leading Clinton by as much as five points and with an average of 1.2% according to Real Clear Politics.

Michigan

A safe Democrat state for almost three decades, Michigan last voted for a Republican candidate in 1988. Why the swing-state designation this year? Two words: Donald Trump.

Michigan, which in the 1970s and early 1980s was a Republican state, was tipped as a potential swing state in this year's election after Trump became the GOP nominee.

Given the state's high number of industrial workers and slow economic growth, it is believed Trump could pull off a Republican win in a state that is likely to be fed up with the status quo – with hopes from the GOP he can draw out working class people who don't usually vote.

However, thus far, Clinton remains in the lead in Michigan and is likely to put up a big fight not to lose the vote there. She is enjoying an average 5.2% lead on Trump.

Pennsylvania

…is a state Clinton will be keen to hang on to, with its residents having voted Democrat throughout the 1990s to the present day.

Once historically considered a battleground state, with 20 Electoral College votes up for grabs, it does appear that Clinton may be on her way to securing another Democrat victory there – where she currently is leading Trump by an average of just over 6%.

However, the GOP has slowly been gaining on the Democrats in Pennsylvania, and Trump is likely to hone in on the state as a potentially attainable one.

North Carolina

Currently nail-bitingly close, an average of polls from Real Clear Politics showing Clinton is leading Trump by just 0.6% in North Carolina.

Given the state's results in the last election – in which the Republicans won the state by just 2% – it seems North Carolina is set to be a swing state with no current indicator of how the votes will be cast.

In the 2012 election, it was the second closest race after Florida, according to 270toWin, making it once again a key battleground state for this year's candidates. There are a total of 15 Electoral College votes up for grabs in North Carolina, so a win here could give a much-needed boost come election day.

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Poll: Clinton’s lead over rival Trump by 3 percentage points, August 4th Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, US August latest opinion poll, Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll ,US presidential election 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump

Poll: Clinton's lead over rival Trump by 3 percentage points, August 4th Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll, US August latest opinion poll, Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll ,US presidential election 2016, Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump 

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's lead over Republican rival Donald Trump narrowed to less than 3 percentage points, according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll released on Friday, down from nearly eight points on Monday.


 

Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll  July 31-Aug 4
Clinton 42%
Trump 39%

8 august

About 42 percent of likely voters favored Clinton, to Trump's 39 percent, according to the July 31-Aug. 4 online poll of 1,154 likely voters. The poll had a credibility interval of plus or minus 3 percentage points, meaning that the results suggest the race is roughly even.

Among registered voters over the same period, Clinton held a lead of five percentage points, down from eight percentage points on Monday, according to the poll.

src:http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-election-poll-idUSKCN10G2BQ

New Hampshire WBUR Opinion Polling 2016, US Presidential Election 2016,Hillary Clinton,Donald trump

New Hampshire WBUR Opinion Polling 2016, Florida Poll,US Presidential Election 2016,Hillary Clinton,Donald trump

New Hampshire voters who either prefer or lean toward Mrs. Clinton outnumber those who prefer or lean toward Mr. Trump by 47 percent to 32 percent, according to the poll, conducted for WBUR, an NPR station in Boston, by the MassInc Polling Group.

Gary Johnson, a Libertarian, was favored by 8 percent.

Nationally, according to a new Fox News poll, Mrs. Clinton holds a 10-point lead over Mr. Trump.

Still, even in New Hampshire, it is not all smooth sailing for her: 46 percent of voters there say Mrs. Clinton is not fit to be president, and 29 percent think she should be sent to prison for her use of a personal email server while she was secretary of state.

But 56 percent of New Hampshire voters say she came out of her convention a stronger candidate, and only 39 percent said the same of Mr. Trump.

Perhaps most important, 63 percent say Mr. Trump is not fit to be president.

WBUR Poll New Hampshire 2016 General Election
Survey of 609 Likely Voters
Field Dates July 29 – August 1, 2016
Vote preference with leaners
Hillary Clinton 47%
Donald Trump 32%
Gary Johnson 8%
Jill Stein 3%
Another candidate 2%
Don’t Know / Refused 7%

Florida Opinion poll Suffolk University: 

Florida Poll: Suffolk University
Hillary Clinton 48%
Donald Trump 42%
undecided 10%

Clinton might be in the lead, but Florida voters continue to have an unfavorable opinion of her. The survey found 50 percent of respondents said they had an unfavorable opinion of Clinton, while 44 percent said they had a favorable opinion.

It’s still better than how Trump fared. The survey found 54 percent of Florida voters had an unfavorable opinion of Trump, with just 36 percent saying they had a favorable opinion.

The survey of 500 likely voters was conducted Aug. 1 through Aug. 3. It has a margin of error of 4.4 percent.

src:http://www.nytimes.com/2016/08/05/us/politics/hillary-clinton-donald-trump-new-hampshire.html?_r=1

 

 

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Here we track all the opinion polls of different news channels & survey agencies for the US state Vermont. Vermont Opinion polling for democratic and republican candidate/party. Vermont US presidential Opinion poll 2016.

Poll source Date administered Democrat  % Republican  % Libertarian  % Lead margin Sample size Margin of error
VPR[212] July 11–23, 2016 Hillary Clinton 39% Donald Trump 17% Gary Johnson 5% 22 637 ±3.9%

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Here we track all the opinion polls of different news channels & survey agencies for the US state Wyoming. Wyoming Opinion polling for democratic and republican candidate/party. Wyoming US presidential Opinion poll 2016.

Wyoming is a state in the mountain region of the Western United States. The state is with its 97,000-plus square miles the tenth largest by area, but having less than 600,000 people the least populous and the second least densely populated of the 50 united states. Wyoming is bordered on the north by Montana, on the east by South Dakota and Nebraska, on the south by Colorado, on the southwest by Utah, and on the west by Idaho. Cheyenne is the capital and the most populous city in Wyoming, with a population estimate of 62,448 in 2013.

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Here we track all the opinion polls of different news channels & survey agencies for the US state Wisconsin. Wisconsin Opinion polling for democratic and republican candidate/party. Wisconsin US presidential Opinion poll 2016.

Battlegrounds  (LAST UPDATED 07 Nov 2016) Clinton Trump Spread
Wisconsin 46 40.5 Clinton +5.5
Polling Data (LAST UPDATED 02 Nov 2016)
Poll Date Sample Clinton (D) Trump (R) Spread
RCP Average 10/15 – 10/30 47 41.3 Clinton +5.7
Remington Research (R)* 10/30 – 10/30 1172 LV 46 42 Clinton +4
Emerson* 10/26 – 10/27 400 LV 48 42 Clinton +6
Monmouth* 10/15 – 10/18 403 LV 47 40 Clinton +7
Battleground State Clinton Trump Spread
Wisconsin 43 38 Clinton +5.0
Polling Data (LAST UPDATED 16 SEP 2016)
Poll Date Sample Clinton (D) Trump (R) Spread
RCP Average 6/22 – 8/30 45 39.7 Clinton +5.3
Marquette 8/25 – 8/28 650 LV 45 42 Clinton +3
Monmouth* 8/27 – 8/30 404 LV 43 38 Clinton +5
PPP (D)* 6/22 – 6/23 843 RV 47 39 Clinton +8

Wisconsin is a U.S. state located in the north-central United States, in the Midwest and Great Lakes regions. It is bordered by Minnesota to the west, Iowa to the southwest, Illinois to the south, Lake Michigan to the east, Michigan to the northeast, and Lake Superior to the north. Wisconsin is the 23rd largest state by total area and the 20th most populous. The state capital is Madison, and its largest city is Milwaukee, which is located on the western shore of Lake Michigan. The state is divided into 72 counties.

Poll source Date administered Democrat % Republican % Lead margin Sample size Margin of error
Marquette University[224] July 7–10, 2016 Hillary Clinton 45% Donald Trump 41% 4 629 ± 4.5%
Public Policy Polling[4] June 22–23, 2016 Hillary Clinton 47% Donald Trump 39% 8 843 ± 3.4%

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Here we track all the opinion polls of different news channels & survey agencies for the US state West Virginia. West Virginia Opinion polling for democratic and republican candidate/party. West Virginia US presidential Opinion poll 2016.

US NATIONAL POLL (RCP) (LAST UPDATED 07 NOV 2016)

Poll

Date Sample MoE Clinton (D) Trump (R) Spread
RCP Average 10/30 – 11/5 46.6 44.8 Clinton +1.8
NBC News/Wall St. Jrnl 11/3 – 11/5 1282 LV 2.7 48 43 Clinton +5
IBD/TIPP Tracking 11/2 – 11/5 903 LV 3.3 45 44 Clinton +1
LA Times/USC Tracking 10/30 – 11/5 2988 LV 4.5 43 48 Trump +5
ABC/Wash Post Tracking 11/1 – 11/4 1685 LV 2.5 49 44 Clinton +5
FOX News 11/1 – 11/3 1107 LV 3 46 45 Clinton +1
McClatchy/Marist 11/1 – 11/3 940 LV 3.2 46 44 Clinton +2
Reuters/Ipsos 10/31 – 11/4 2244 LV 2.2 44 40 Clinton +4
Gravis 10/31 – 10/31 5360 RV 1.3 50 50 Tie
Economist/YouGov 10/30 – 11/1 1233 LV 3.2 48 45 Clinton +3

West Virginia is a state located in the Appalachian region of the Southern United States.It is bordered by Virginia to the southeast, Kentucky to the southwest, Ohio to the northwest, Pennsylvania to the north (and, slightly, east), and Maryland to the northeast. West Virginia is the 41st largest by area and the 38th most populous of the 50 United States. The capital and largest city is Charleston.

Poll source Date administered Democrat % Republican % Lead margin Sample size Margin of error
Public Policy Polling April 29 – May 1, 2016 Hillary Clinton 30% Donald Trump 57% 27 1,201 ± 2.8%
Hillary Clinton 31% Ted Cruz 44% 13
Hillary Clinton 27% John Kasich 52% 25
Bernie Sanders 35% Donald Trump 56% 21
Bernie Sanders 39% Ted Cruz 40% 1
Bernie Sanders 31% John Kasich 48% 17

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Here we track all the opinion polls of different news channels & survey agencies for the US state Washington. Washington Opinion polling for democratic and republican candidate/party. Washington US presidential Opinion poll 2016.

State (Nov 05)

Poll

Result Spread
Washington: Trump vs. Clinton vs. Johnson vs. Stein SurveyUSA Clinton 50, Trump 38, Johnson 4, Stein 2 Clinton +12

Washington is a state in the Pacific Northwest region of the United States located north of Oregon, west of Idaho, and south of the Canadian province of British Columbia on the coast of the Pacific Ocean. 

Poll source Date administered Democrat % Republican % Lead margin Sample size Margin of error
Public Policy Polling June 14–15, 2016 Hillary Clinton 49% Donald Trump 37% 12 679 ± 3.8%
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