Both Hilary Clinton and Donald Trump have been the subject of controversy in the media recently, that is, more controversy than usual. Clinton remains under FBI investigation after the discovery of her private email server, as well, a major Clinton Foundation donor was being awarded a place on an elite intelligence committee dealing with issues concerning nuclear weapons, but Rajiv Fernando almost immediately stepped down after his qualifications were questioned.
Trump has been taking some of the limelight from Clinton after his own GOP leadership have accused him of being racist. Trump has apparently repeatedly accused the U.S. District Judge who is overseeing a lawsuit involving Trump University of bias because of his Mexican heritage. Trump put himself into further trouble Sunday after he admitted he would have the same concerns if it were a Muslim judge.
With the election coming closer and closer to a conclusion, the two presumed candidates are under even tighter watch in the media. Both politicians seem to have some major flaws, so which one would you still be able to support?
Today on the show Roy talked to Toby Condliffe of Democrats Abroad (super delegate in 2008) and Mark Feigenbaum of Republicans Overseas-Canada about the election.