2016 US Presidential Election Debate @ University of Nevada

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Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump
Hillary Clinton vs Donald Trump

Hillary Clinton  – US Democratic Presidential Candidate

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Donald Trump  – US Republican Presidential Candidate
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October 19, 2016 @ 9:00 PM ET
US Presidential Election Debate
University of Nevada
Paradise, Nevada
Moderator: Chris Wallace

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Live Stream: https://www.c-span.org/video/?414228-1/presidential-nominees-debate-university-nevada

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  1. WH

    Tuesday, October 18, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    9:00 AM
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcomes Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini, for a State Dinner
    South Lawn

    9:30 AM
    First Lady Michelle Obama and Mrs. Agnese Landini tour the White House Kitchen Garden
    White House Kitchen Garden

    10:00 AM
    First Lady Michelle Obama and Mrs. Agnese Landini attend a special performance by students from a local Turnaround Arts school
    Washington, DC

    10:05 AM
    President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi hold a bilateral meeting
    The Oval Office

    11:00 AM
    11:40 AM
    President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi hold a joint press conference
    Rose Garden

    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    1:30 PM
    Vice President Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry Hosts a Luncheon in Honor of Prime Minister Renzi
    State Department

    2:00 PM
    3:00 PM
    4:00 PM
    5:00 PM
    6:00 PM
    6:30 PM
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcome Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini
    North Portico

    6:40 PM
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama take an official photo with Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini
    Grand Staircase

    7:00 PM
    8:00 PM
    8:55 PM
    President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi deliver toasts at the State Dinner
    South Lawn

    9:00 PM
    10:00 PM
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosts the State Dinner Reception for Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini
    South Lawn

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    October 19, 2016 @ 9:00 PM ET
    US Presidential Election Debate
    University of Nevada
    Paradise, Nevada
    Moderator: Chris Wallace

  3. Clean Water Act – 44th Anniversary

    This Act, voted into law on October 18, 1972, is the principle law governing pollution control and water quality of the Nation’s waterways. The objective of this Act is to restore and maintain the chemical, physical and biological integrity of the Nation’s waters (33 U.S.C. 1251). The Act has been amended numerous times and given a number of titles and codification. It was originally enacted as the Water Pollution Control Act in 1948 (P.L. 80-845), and was completely revised by the 1972 amendments, the Federal Water Pollution Control Act Amendments (P.L. 92-500). The 1972 amendments gave the Act its current form, and established a national goal that all waters of the U.S. should be fishable and swimmable. The goal was to be achieved by eliminating all pollutant discharges into waters of the U.S. by 1985 with an interim goal of making the waters safe for fish, shellfish, wildlife and people by July 1, 1983 (86 Stat. 816, 33 U.S.C. 1251) . The 1977 amendments (the Clean Water Act of 1977 (P.L. 95-217)) gave the Act its current title. Additional amendments were enacted in 1981 (Municipal Wastewater Treatment Construction Grants Amendments (P.L. 97-117)) and in 1987 (Water Quality Act of 1987 (P.L. 100-4).  The Act regulates discharges to waters of the United States through permits issued under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permitting program. The Water Quality Protection Division, issues the NPDES permits and the Water Enforcement Branchassures that all discharges comply with the NPDES permits.

     Learn more: http://www.epa.gov/region6/6en/w/cwa.htm

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    Clean Water Act legislative history

    Introduced in the Senate as S. 2770 by Edmund Muskie(D–ME) on October 28, 1971
    Committee consideration by: Senate Public Works Committee
    Passed the Senate on November 2, 1971 (86-0)
    Passed the House on March 29, 1972 (passed)
    Reported by the joint conference committee on October 4, 1972; agreed to by the House on October 4, 1972 (366-11) and by the Senate on October 4, 1972 (74-0)
    Vetoed by President Richard Nixon (R) on October 17, 1972
    Overridden by the Senate on October 17, 1972 (52-12)
    Overridden by the House and became law on October 18, 1972 (247-23)

  4. 9:00 AM ET
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcomes Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini, for a State Dinner
    South Lawn

    9:30 AM ET
    First Lady Michelle Obama and Mrs. Agnese Landini tour the White House Kitchen Garden
    White House Kitchen Garden

    10:00 AM ET
    First Lady Michelle Obama and Mrs. Agnese Landini attend a special performance by students from a local Turnaround Arts school
    Washington, DC

    10:05 AM ET
    President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi hold a bilateral meeting
    The Oval Office

    11:40 AM ET
    President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi hold a joint press conference
    Rose Garden

    1:30 PM ET
    Vice President Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry Hosts a Luncheon in Honor of Prime Minister Renzi
    State Department

    6:30 PM ET
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama welcome Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini
    North Portico

    6:40 PM ET
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama take an official photo with Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini
    Grand Staircase

    8:55 PM ET
    President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi deliver toasts at the State Dinner
    South Lawn

    10:00 PM ET
    President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama hosts the State Dinner Reception for Italian Prime Minister Renzi and his wife, Mrs. Agnese Landini
    South Lawn

    • October 18, 2016
      Remarks by President Obama and Prime Minister Renzi of the Republic of Italy in Arrival Ceremony

      South Grounds

      9:26 A.M. EDT

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: Good morning!

      AUDIENCE: Good morning!

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: Buongiorno!

      AUDIENCE: Buongiorno!

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: Today is bittersweet for Michelle and I because this marks the final official visit and state dinner of my presidency. But it’s okay. (Laughter.) We saved the best for last. (Applause.) And so on behalf of Michelle and myself, and on behalf of the American people, it is my great honor to welcome, from Italy, Prime Minister Matteo Renzi — (applause) — and Mrs. Agnese Landini . (Applause.)

      As Americans and Italians, we’re here because of each other. America’s Founding Fathers — Washington, Jefferson, Adams — drew inspiration from Cincinnatus, Cicero, Cato. Prime Minister Renzi, you’ve spoken with great emotion about the American soldiers of World War II who liberated Italy so that families like yours could live in freedom. Today, we again pay tribute to all those who risked their lives — and often gave their lives — including the heroes of the Italian Resistance — so that we can stand here today as two free peoples. (Applause.)

      And on a personal level, today is a chance for Michelle and me to reciprocate the incredible warmth and hospitality that the Italian people have shown us on each of our visits to Italy. When, years ago, Michelle and I traveled through Tuscany — back when we didn’t have kids so we could have a really good time. (Laughter.) You remember that? (Laughter.) Then when, in my first term, we brought our daughters to Rome to experience the timeless beauty of the Eternal City. And when Michelle and our daughters and my mother-in-law went to Milan for last year’s Expo. All of which has prompted Malia and Sasha to ask the question posed by generations of visitors to Italy — when can we go back? (Laughter.)

      Of course, this visit also reflects the deep friendship between our two peoples — and the Americans’ love of all things Italian. We love the food. We love the fashion. We love the wine. We love Sophia Loren. (Applause and laughter.) And nowhere does our love for Italy run deeper than among the millions of very proud Italian-Americans, including those who are here today. (Applause.)

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/10/18/remarks-president-obama-and-prime-minister-renzi-republic-italy-arrival

    • October 18, 2016

      Press Conference of President Obama and Prime Minister Renzi of the Republic of Italy

      Rose Garden

      11:44 A.M. EDT

      PRESIDENT OBAMA: Please, everybody have a seat. Salve. Once again, I want to welcome Prime Minister Renzi and his delegation back to the White House. As we all saw this morning, Matteo’s English is much better than my Italian. Michelle and I are looking forward to hosting Matteo and Agnese at tonight’s state dinner. But as I believe our Italian friends say — prima il dovere, poi il piacere — (laughter) — which means “first duty, then pleasure.” Tonight’s dinner will be a pleasure. Today, we’re focused on our duties — our work to advance the security and the prosperity of our peoples.

      I want to begin by once again expressing our deep gratitude, as Americans, for the extraordinary alliance with Italy. The United States is lucky to have many strong allies around the world. Few are as strong and as reliable and as capable as Italy. In good times and in bad, we can count on each other. And I want to thank the government and the people of Italy for the hospitality and the generosity they show to the many American military personnel and families who are stationed in Italy, far away from home.

      Matteo, please also know that our thoughts continue to be with the people of Amatrice. And I know that you’re still working closely with local governments there to recover and rebuild from the devastating earthquake that took place this summer.

      In our work together over the past two years, I’ve come to count on Prime Minister Renzi as one of my closest partners and friends on the world stage. By virtue of his progressive vision, his energy, the reforms that he’s pursuing — which are sweeping — the bold vision that he has for Italy and the world, I think Matteo embodies a new generation of leadership, not just for Italy, but also for Europe. And this is critically important because, as I’ve said repeatedly over the last several years, a strong and united and confident and prosperous Europe, anchored in liberal traditions and democracy and rights — that’s a necessity for the United States and it’s a necessity for the world. It’s a strategic interest of ours that we have a successful, united Europe. And today, we focused on a number of key challenges facing Europe, our trans-Atlantic alliance, and the globe.

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/10/18/press-conference-president-obama-and-prime-minister-renzi-republic-italy

    • 8:55 PM ET
      President Obama and Italian Prime Minister Renzi deliver toasts at the State Dinner
      South Lawn

  5. WH

    Wednesday, October 19, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    President Obama attends meetings at the White House

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    11:00 AM
    Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks on the Cancer Moonshot at the SAP Global CEO Summit
    New York, NY

    12:00 PM
    12:30 PM
    White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest briefs the press

    1:00 PM
    2:00 PM
    3:00 PM
    3:30 PM
    Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks on the Cancer Moonshot
    Boston, MA

    4:00 PM
    5:00 PM
    6:00 PM
    7:00 PM
    8:00 PM
    9:00 PM
    10:00 PM

  6. 11:00 AM
    Vice President Biden Delivers Remarks on the Cancer Moonshot at the SAP Global CEO Summit
    New York, NY

  7. WH

    Thursday, October 20, 2016

    All Times Eastern

    President Obama receives the presidential daily briefing

    7:00 AM
    8:00 AM
    9:00 AM
    10:00 AM
    10:35 AM
    President Obama departs the White House
    South Lawn

    10:50 AM
    President Obama departs Joint Base Andrews en route to Miami

    11:00 AM
    12:00 PM
    1:00 PM
    1:10 PM
    President Obama arrives Miami
    Miami International Airport

    1:45 PM
    President Obama delivers remarks about the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
    Miami Dade College, Miami, Florida

    Vice President Biden delivers remarks at a Hillary for America event at Nashua Community College
    Nashua Community College

    2:00 PM
    3:00 PM
    4:00 PM
    4:05 PM
    President Obama delivers remarks at a Hillary for America Campaign Event
    Florida Memorial University, Miami Gardens, Florida

    5:00 PM
    First Lady Michelle Obama Campaigns for Hillary Clinton
    Phoenix, Arizona

    5:30 PM
    President Obama participates in a fundraiser for Democratic governors
    Private Residence, Miami, Florida

    6:00 PM
    6:40 PM
    President Obama departs Miami
    Miami International Airport

    7:00 PM
    8:00 PM
    8:55 PM
    President Obama arrives Joint Base Andrews

    9:00 PM
    9:10 PM
    President Obama arrives the White House
    South Lawn

    10:00 PM

  8. October 20, 2016

    Access to Quality, Affordable Health Care: Progress and Promise of the Affordable Care Act and Other Administration Efforts

    Today, President Obama will travel to Miami Dade College in Miami, Florida to deliver remarks about the progress we’ve made to improve our health care system, largely because of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and what more can be done to advance affordable, accessible and quality health care. He will discuss the upcoming open enrollment period for the Health Insurance Marketplace, which runs from November 1 through January 31, as well as the Administration’s efforts this year to sign up young adults for coverage, who compose a disproportionate share of the remaining uninsured. Miami Dade College has served as a nationwide model for its work with its surrounding community to enroll eligible Americans in health coverage. And the President will reflect on the transformation in health care over the last seven-plus years, including system-wide reforms that are putting patients at the center of their own care and laying the foundation for a generation of medical advances.

    For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/10/20/access-quality-affordable-health-care-progress-and-promise-affordable

    • October 20, 2016

      Remarks by the President on the Affordable Care Act

      Miami Dade College
      Miami, Florida

      1:51 P.M. EDT

      THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Miami! (Applause.) Thank you so much. Well, everybody have a seat. Have a seat. It is good to see all of you! It’s good to be back at Miami-Dade! (Applause.) One of my favorite institutions! (Applause.) Love this school.

      I want to thank your longtime president and great friend, Eduardo J. Padrón. (Applause.) And to all the faculty and staff, and of course, most importantly, the students, for hosting me — I want to say how grateful I am. I want to thank the wonderful elected officials who are here today. I’m going to just point out two outstanding members of Congress — Debbie Wasserman Schultz — (applause) — and Ted Deutch. (Applause.)

      So this is one of my last visits here as President. Now, once I’m not President —

      AUDIENCE MEMBER: Nooo —

      THE PRESIDENT: No, no, the good news is, once I’m no longer President I can come more often. (Applause.) Right now, usually I can only come to Florida when I’m working. But when I’m out of office, I can come here for fun. (Laughter.)

      But the first thing I want to say is thank you for your support, and thank you for the opportunity and the privilege you’ve given me to serve these past eight years. I remember standing just a few blocks north of here in the closing days of the 2008 campaign. And at that point, we were already realizing that we were in the midst of the worst economic crisis of our lifetimes. We didn’t know where the bottom would be. We were still in the middle of two wars. Over 150,000 of our troops were overseas. But thanks to the hard work and the determination of the American people, when I come here today the story is different.

      For more: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/10/20/remarks-president-affordable-care-act

  9. October 20, 2016

    Remarks by the First Lady at HFA Rally in Phoenix, Az

    Phoenix Convention Center
    Phoenix, Arizona

    2:15 P.M. MST

    MRS. OBAMA: Wow! Whoa! Look at those guys! Hello, everyone! (Applause.) Wow. Look at you all, there are a lot of you all in here. (Applause.)

    Thank you for waiting in line, all the mags, all the — it’s just such a hassle. Thank you, though. (Applause.)

    You guys, I am so happy to be here in Phoenix with all of you! Thank you for coming out. (Applause.) But I want to start by thanking a few people, because there are a lot of folks who made this day possible and a lot of folks who are working to get Hillary elected. So let me start by thanking Carolyn, first of all, for that wonderful introduction. (Applause.)

    I also want to recognize your members of Congress — Representatives Raul Grijalva, Ann Kirkpatrick, to Ann — Ruben Gallego, as well. Ruben. I want to thank the Navajo Nation Vice President, Jonathan Nez, and, of course, your Mayor, Greg Stanton, who is here. (Applause.)

    But most of all, I want to thank you all for coming together to support the next President and Vice President of the United States — Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine! (Applause.) Woohoo!

    Now, you might have heard that last week in New Hampshire, I gave a speech. (Applause.) And let me just say that since then, my office has been flooded with thousands of letters and emails from folks all across the country. Women of all ages finding the courage to stand up and tell their stories, clearing the cloud of shame that existed for far too long. Parents declaring that our daughters — and our sons — deserve better. (Applause.) Speaking out for the values of decency and respect that we all hold dear. Men of all backgrounds and walks of life agreeing that decent men do not demean women — (applause) — and we shouldn’t tolerate this behavior from any man, let alone a man who wants to be the President. (Applause.)

    And let me just tell you, I have been so moved and so humbled by these responses — by the powerful affirmation of our shared values. But what I have not been is surprised. Let me tell you, because this kind of courage and decency and compassion — this is who we are. This is the America that I know. (Applause.)

    And as I’ve read these letters and emails, I’ve been reminded of what my husband and I would always talk about when we were out on the campaign trail.

    AUDIENCE MEMBER: I love you!

    MRS. OBAMA: I love you, too. (Applause.)

    But I have been reminded of the importance of hope. Because let me just say this, this is what hope looks like. (Applause.) It’s that belief that we can be better, that we can do better for our kids; that even in our darkest hours, there’s always a brighter day ahead — (applause) — and if we’re willing to work for it and fight for it, we can make it happen. (Applause.)

    Hope is what keeps our better angels alive. It’s been the driving force behind everything we’ve achieved these last eight years, and it’s been at the heart of my life and my husband’s life since the day we were born.

    And I think one of the reasons this election has been so difficult for so many of us is because that’s what’s being lost; in all the hateful, hurtful rhetoric we’ve been hearing, we’re losing hope.

    You see, in this race, we have a candidate whose vision for our country is completely and utterly lacking in hope. A candidate who tells us that our country is desperate and weak, that our communities are in chaos; that our fellow citizens are a threat. A candidate who calls on us to turn against each other, to build walls — to be afraid.

    Well, Barack and I — and our friend, Hillary — (applause) — we have a very different perspective on this country, one that has everything to do with where we come from and how we were raised. You see, we all grew up in working families. As you know, Barack was raised by a single mother who struggled to pay the bills, and by grandparents who stepped up to help. My dad was a shift worker at the city water plant, and let me tell you, he and my mom scrimped and saved every penny to send me and my brother to college. (Applause.) Hillary’s mother was an orphan, abandoned by her parents. Hillary’s father — small business owner — stayed up nights, poring over his books, working hard to keep their family afloat.

    See and when you grow up like us — doing your best to keep it all together — you come in contact with all kinds of people. And yes, you witness a lot of struggles and hardships. But let me tell you, you also see so many triumph, so much beauty so much joy. That’s my life. (Applause.)

    So you learn empathy. You learn compassion. You learn that folks may not look or think like you, but when it comes to what really matters in life — our values and our dreams — we’re not all that different. (Applause.)

    You learn that when folks are down on their luck, it’s not because they deserve it. It’s not because they’re unworthy –because you’ve seen firsthand that sometimes bad things happen to good people and when times are tough, hope is all you have.

    Fore more; https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2016/10/20/remarks-first-lady-hfa-rally-phoenix-az

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