2016 US Presidential Election Debate @ Hofstra University

Hofstra University will host the first presidential debate on September 26, 2016, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced July 19.

“Hofstra University is honored to be called on to host the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, 2016. This is an extraordinary privilege and responsibility,” said Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz. “We greatly appreciate the faith shown in us by the Commission on Presidential Debates, and we have begun preparations for a very successful debate.”

For more: http://www.hofstra.edu/debate/index.html

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Hillary Clinton  – US Democratic Presidential Candidate

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Donald Trump  – US Republican Presidential Candidate
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How Clinton Beat Trump in Their First Debate, By the Numbers

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September 26, 2016 @ 9:00 PM ET
US Presidential Election Debate
Hofstra University
Hempstead, New York
Moderator: Lester Holt, Anchor, NBC Nightly News

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  1. WH

    Monday, September 26, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

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    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest briefs the press

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    President Obama participates in a conference call with rabbis for Rosh Hashanah

    3:40 PM
    President Obama delivers remarks at the 2016 White House Tribal Nations Conference
    Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center, Washington DC

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  2. US Presidential Election Debate @ Hofstra University

    Hofstra University will host the first presidential debate on September 26, 2016, the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) announced July 19.

    “Hofstra University is honored to be called on to host the first presidential debate on Sept. 26, 2016. This is an extraordinary privilege and responsibility,” said Hofstra President Stuart Rabinowitz. “We greatly appreciate the faith shown in us by the Commission on Presidential Debates, and we have begun preparations for a very successful debate.”

    For more: http://www.hofstra.edu/debate/index.html

  3. September 26, 2016

    Opening Remarks by the President in Call with Rabbis for Rosh Hashanah

    Via Conference Call

    11:59 A.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: Well, thank you so much, Rabbi, for the warm introduction. Shanah Tovah to everybody. Thanks for taking time to join this call. I know it’s a busy and important time. I couldn’t be more grateful to the Central Conference of American Rabbis, the Rabbinical Assembly, the Rabbinical Council of America, and the Reconstructionist Rabbinical Assembly for cosponsoring this call. And special thanks to Rabbi Jonah Pesner and Barbara Weinstein from the Religious Action Center for coordinating today’s conversation.

    As Rabbi Matanky noted, Rosh Hashanah is a time for reflection, and I’m not exempt from that. So, looking back on the last eight years, I’m both proud of what we’ve accomplished together, but also mindful of the work we have before us.

    For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/26/opening-remarks-president-call-rabbis-rosh-hashanah

  4. September 26, 2016

    Remarks by the President at Tribal Nations Conference

    Mellon Auditorium
    Washington, D.C.

    3:52 P.M. EDT

    THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody. Thank you. Thank you. (Applause.) Welcome to the Eighth White House Tribal Nations Conference. And what an amazing honor, and what a kind gesture for the honor song and the blanket and the hat. I have to say that I’m very glad that you also have a blanket for Michelle so she doesn’t steal mine. (Laughter.) She would, too. I’m just saying. (Laughter.) But that was very moving, and is a reminder of the great friendships that we’ve developed over the last eight years.

    I have a couple of people here who I want to acknowledge for their longstanding commitment to Indian Country. Sally Jewell, our Secretary of the Interior. (Applause.) Brian Cladoosby, President of the National Congress of American Indians. (Applause.) We’re honored to have here Thomas Begay, one of the last surviving Navajo Code Talkers. (Applause.) And we have some just amazing young people here that I had a chance to meet earlier, including those who are participating in Generation Indigenous, so please give our young people a big round of applause. We’re so proud of them. (Applause.)

    So today, the most important thing I want to say is thank you. After almost eight years as your President, I have been so privileged to learn from you and spend time with many of you while visiting more tribal communities than any other President. (Applause.) Standing Rock Sioux Tribe here? (Applause.) Choctaw Nation? (Applause.) Alaska Natives? (Applause.) My trips to your nations and communities are days that I will never forget. Michelle and I still talk about hosting those remarkable young people from Standing Rock Sioux Nation in the White House and taking them out for pizza. (Laughter.) My staff still talks about all the wonderful people in Kotzebue, Alaska, who tried to — they tried to teach them Iñupiaq, and tried to stuff them full of meat at Cariboufest. (Laughter.) And my brothers at Crow Nation, brothers and sisters here, I may be an adopted son of the Crow Nation, but I try not to play favorites. (Laughter.) Because I pledged to all of you when I first ran for President that I’d be a partner with all of you in the spirit of a true nation-to-nation relationship, to give all our children the future they deserve.

    For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/26/remarks-president-tribal-nations-conference

  5. WH

    Tuesday, September 27, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

    7:00 AM
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    11:00 AM
    Vice President Biden deliver remarks at Drexel University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    12:00 PM
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    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest briefs the press

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    President Obama participates in a DNC Roundtable
    Washington DC

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    • September 26, 2016

      Presidential Proclamation — National Voter Registration Day, 2016

      NATIONAL VOTER REGISTRATION DAY, 2016

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      BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

      A PROCLAMATION

      One of the most fundamental and sacred rights of any democracy is the right to vote; in order for our government to function effectively and respond to the needs of our people, all citizens can and must play a role in shaping it. Each year on National Voter Registration Day, we reaffirm the strong sense of civic pride among our people and encourage friends, family members, and neighbors to get involved in civic life by registering to vote.

      Democracy is not a spectator sport. If we are serious about improving our country and ensuring our government reflects our values, we cannot afford to sit out on Election Day. Unfortunately, among those who are eligible to vote, too many choose not to — far too many people disenfranchise themselves by not getting involved. When we do not take full advantage of the right to vote, we not only give away our voice; our power; our ability to shape the future of the country we love — we also do a disservice to the generations of Americans before us who risked everything, including their lives, to protect this fundamental aspect of our Republic.

      Our brand of democracy is hard, and it requires our citizens to be able to fully participate in a smooth and effective way. Through a bipartisan, independent commission dedicated to improving the voting process, we are working to ensure our democracy and our elections function the way they are supposed to. Whether through strengthening mechanisms that allow more people to vote — such as online registration — or going door-to-door to register voters in our communities, we must make registering to vote easier. By protecting and expanding this right, we can ensure this grand experiment in self-government works for more Americans. For more information on how to register to vote, visit http://www.VOTE.USA.gov.

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/09/26/proclamation-national-voter-registration-day-2016

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