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Hillary Clinton Democratc nominee 4 President Nữ ứng viên TT

Postby TL Reporter » Wed Jun 08, 2016 7:50 am

Thứ Tư, 08/06/2016 - Tin tức / Hoa Kỳ - VOA

Bà Clinton trở thành nữ ứng viên tổng thống Mỹ đầu tiên

Hillary Clinton celebrates 'milestone' victory but Sanders refuses to quit
Clinton cements status as presidential nominee with a win in California, but Sanders vows to keep campaign alive all the way to Democratic convention ...
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‘I am so grateful to you’: Clinton declares victory in race for nomination


08.06.2016

Cựu Ngoại trưởng Hoa Kỳ Hillary Clinton hôm thứ Ba tuyên bố chiến thắng trong cuộc vận động để trở thành phụ nữ đầu tiên được một đảng chính đề cử làm ứng cử viên tổng thống. Đối thủ của bà, Thượng nghị sĩ Bernie Sanders, giành được thắng lợi trong các cuộc bầu cử sơ bộ ở North Dakota và Montana ngày hôm qua, nhưng thua bà Clinton tại các tiểu bang South Dakota, New Mexico và New Jersey.

Tổng thống Barack Obama hôm thứ ba gọi điện thoại chúc mừng bà Clinton đã giành đủ phiếu đại biểu để được đảng Dân chủ đề cử là ứng cử viên tổng thống. Ông cũng gọi điện thoại cám ơn Thượng nghị sĩ Sanders đã động viên hàng triệu người Mỹ và thu hút sự chú ý đối với như vấn đề như đấu tranh chống lại bất bình đẳng kinh tế.

Bà Clinton tối qua đã gặp gỡ những người ủng hộ tại Brooklyn, New York, sau khi giành được thắng lợi trong các cuộc bầu cử sơ bộ tại South Dakota, New Mexico và New Jersey.

“Nhờ các bạn mà chúng ta đã đạt tới một dấu mốc quan trọng, lần đầu tiên trong lịch sử của đất nước chúng ta, là một phụ nữ sẽ là ứng cử viên của một đảng lớn. Chiến thắng tối nay không phải thuộc về một người, nó thuộc về các thế hệ nam, nữ đã tranh đấu, hy sinh và tạo ra thời khắc này”.

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Bà Clinton ăn mừng cùng những người ủng hộ tại Brooklyn, New York, sau khi giành được
thắng lợi trong các cuộc bầu cử sơ bộ tại South Dakota, New Mexico và New Jersey.


Trong khi đó, Thượng nghị sĩ Sanders cam kết tiếp tục cuộc tranh đua khi ông nói chuyện với những người ủng hộ ở California.

“Đến cuối ngày hôm nay, tôi tin là chúng ta sẽ thắng cuộc bầu cử sơ bộ và bỏ phiếu kín ở 22 tiểu bang. Chúng ta sẽ có được hơn 10 triệu phiếu bầu. Và điều phi thường nhất đối với tôi là trong từng tiểu bang, chúng ta đã giành chiến thắng với số lượng lớn số phiếu của giới trẻ”.

Nhà lập pháp đại diện tiểu bang Vermont hứa mang cuộc tranh đấu cho công lý xã hội, kinh tế, chủng tộc và môi trường đến tận đại hội toàn quốc của đảng Dân chủ ở Philadelphia vào tháng 7.

Về phía đảng Cộng hoà, người nắm chắc sự đề cử của đảng này là tỉ phú Donald Trump đã phát biểu như sau tại New York, sau khi giành được thắng lợi trong tất cả 5 cuộc bầu cử sơ bộ hôm thứ 3.

“Tôi muốn bắt đầu bằng việc cảm ơn người dân Montana, South Dakota, New Mexico, New Jersey và California. Chúng ta đã những ngày trọng đại và chúng ta sẽ có những con số lớn trong thời gian sắp tới. Tôi thực sự vinh hạnh có được sự hỗ trợ của các bạn. Cùng với nhau, chúng ta sẽ thực hiện được điều mà không ai nghĩ là hoàn toàn có thể. Các bạn biết đó là gì và chúng ta chỉ mới bắt đầu, và đó sẽ là điều tuyệt vời.”

Cả ông Trump lẫn bà Clinton đều bắt đầu ra sức tranh thủ sự ủng hộ của những người về phe ông Sanders trước cuộc tổng tuyển cử vào tháng 11.

Bà Clinton mô tả ông Trump là người có tính khí không thích hợp để làm tổng thống, trong khi ông Trump cho biết ông sẽ đọc một bài diễn văn quan trọng vào tuần sau để nói tới tất cả những gì đã xảy ra với bà Clitnton và chồng bà là cựu Tổng thống Bill Clinton.
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Re: Hillary Clinton Democratc nominee 4 President Nữ ứng viê

Postby TL Reporter » Wed Jun 08, 2016 7:52 am

Hillary Clinton celebrates 'milestone' victory but Sanders refuses to quit

Clinton cements status as presidential nominee with a win in California, but Sanders vows to keep campaign alive all the way to Democratic convention...

Hillary Clinton has cemented her status as the Democratic nominee for president with convincing primary wins in California, New Jersey and New Mexico, calling on supporters of her rival, Bernie Sanders, to unite behind her historic candidacy.

But on a night when it became clear that Clinton would secure a majority of pledged delegates, Sanders refused to bow out, telling supporters that their fight would continue to the Democratic National Convention in July.


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The senator’s defiant remarks came after Clinton effectively declared victory in her overall battle against Sanders at a rally in New York.

Clinton told supporters that she had “reached a milestone” as the first woman to be a major party’s nominee for president, and immediately framed November’s general election as a contest between two opposing visions of the future.

“He’s not just trying to build a wall between America and Mexico, he’s trying to wall off Americans from each other,” Clinton said, taking aim at the policies and slogans that have become the hallmark of her Republican rival, Donald Trump. “When he says let’s make America great again, that is code for let’s take America backwards.”

In her speech, Clinton praised Sanders for exciting “millions of voters, especially young people” in what she said was an “extraordinary campaign”.

“I know it never feels good to put your heart into a cause or a candidate you believe in and come up short,” she said, referring to her defeat to Barack Obama in 2008. “I know that feeling well.”

Sanders had been pinning his hopes on an upset in California, the most delegate-rich contest on the primary calendar, and one where polls had recently shown him neck and neck against Clinton. But on Wednesday, with 91.7% of precincts reporting, Clinton had 56% and Sanders 43% of the vote, Associated Press reported.

She had also won New Jersey, New Mexico and South Dakota, while Sanders had triumphed in North Dakota and Montana.

On the Republican side, Trump remained mired in a remarkable clash with the most senior members of his party, including the leaders of the House and the Senate, some of whom were effectively accusing the nominee they have just endorsed of outright racism.

Sanders vows to stay in the race

The senator from Vermont, his voice hoarse, struggled to be heard above screaming supporters in Santa Monica. “We are going to fight hard to win the primary in Washington DC,” he said, referring to the caucus that is last in line to vote next week.

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Promising to continue all the way to the July convention, he added: “And then we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to Philadelphia.”

However, the short speech from Sanders, amid reports that he plans to lay off up to half his staff on Wednesday, added to the expectation that his campaign may soon wind down.


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Obama, who is said to be planning to endorse Clinton in the coming days, is expected to play a mediating role between the Democratic adversaries after their bruising campaigns. The president called both candidates after polls had closed, the White House said, and plans to meet with Sanders on Thursday.

Clinton claimed the mantle of the Democratic nominee exactly eight years to the day after she conceded defeat in her campaign against then senator Obama, memorably telling supporters that she had fallen short in her quest to shatter “that highest, hardest glass ceiling”.

On Tuesday, she returned to that metaphor, telling ecstatic supporters that the ceiling above them, in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, was made of glass. “But don’t worry,” she said. “We’re not smashing this one. Thanks to you, we’ve reached a milestone. The first time in our nation’s history that a woman will be a major party’s nominee.”

Clinton also used her address to call for unity behind a campaign to stop a “temperamentally unfit” Trump from becoming commander-in-chief.

“When Trump says a distinguished judge born in Indian can’t do his job because of his Mexican heritage, or he mocks a reporter with disabilities, or calls women ‘pigs’, it goes against everything we stand for,” Clinton said.

“Donald Trump attacked the press for asking tough questions, denigrated Muslims and immigrants. He wants to win by stoking fear and rubbing salt in wounds.”

However, Clinton’s quest to win over Sanders supporters will not be easy. Many see her as emblematic of a political system corrupted by corporate influence and the beneficiary of a Democratic establishment that has has conspired to ensure she becomes the nominee.

When Sanders mentioned that he had received a “very gracious call” from Clinton, and congratulated her on her primary wins, the crowd erupted in boos until he raised his hand as if to quieten them.

“Our fight is to transform this country and to understand that we are in this together,” Sanders said.
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Re: Hillary Clinton Democratc nominee 4 President Nữ ứng viê

Postby TL Reporter » Wed Jun 08, 2016 8:08 am

Trump tries to lure Sanders supporters

Trump, who like Sanders is an anti-establishment candidate who ostensibly claimed to eschew money from corporate interests and lambasted America’s trade deals, immediately moved to lure some of his disaffected supporters.

Appearing at a news conference at his golf club in Westchester, New York, Trump said he had reached his own historic milestone, receiving “more votes than any other GOP campaign in history” and made a direct appeal to Sanders voters.

“The terrible trade deals that Bernie was so vehemently against – and he’s right on that – will be taken care of far better than anyone ever thought possible,” Trump said. “For all of those Bernie Sanders voters who will be left out in the cold by a rigged system of superdelegates, we welcome you with open arms.”

For months, Sanders and his backers have complained about the role of superdelegates, who are party officials that are granted a vote at the convention in July, where the party’s nominee is formally appointed.

Sanders supporters were furious on Monday when the Associated Press and other media outlets declared Clinton the presumptive nominee after she quietly acquired a slew of new superdelegate supporters. The Sanders campaign dismissed the declaration as premature, pointing out that those superdelegates could change their mind before the convention.

It was unclear late on Tuesday whether Clinton would clinch the nomination with pledged delegates alone.

However, her majority in pledged delegates undercut Sanders’ principal argument; if he is to become the nominee, it is now the Vermont senator who would need the help of party officials to overrule the popular will of voters and reach the 2,383 delegates needed.

On Tuesday at least, Sanders appeared undeterred, arguing he had won 22 state contests and received more than 10m votes. “I am pretty good in arithmetic, and I know the fight in front of us is a very, very, steep fight,” he said. “But we will continue to fight for every vote and every delegate.”
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Re: Hillary Clinton Democratc nominee 4 President Nữ ứng viê

Postby TL Reporter » Wed Jun 08, 2016 8:17 am



It’s time to admit Hillary Clinton is an extraordinarily talented politician

VOX - 2016 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION - June 7, 2016, 10:31 p.m. ET

This is the paradox of Hillary Clinton: She has achieved something no one else in the history of American politics has even come close to doing, yet she is widely considered an inept, flawed candidate.

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These two things are not unrelated.

Twice now we have thought that it should have been easy for Clinton to do what no one has ever done before. Twice now we have dismissed her as a weak candidate and a flawed leader for struggling to break a barrier that no one else has ever come near breaking.

America has hosted 56 presidential elections — 33 of them before women received the right to vote. Exactly zero of those elections featured a female nominee from one of the two major political parties.

Until Hillary Clinton.

There is something about Clinton that makes it hard to appreciate the magnitude of her achievement. Or perhaps there is something about us that makes it hard to appreciate the magnitude of her achievement.

Perhaps, in ways we still do not fully appreciate, the reason no one has ever broken the glass ceiling in American politics is because it's really fucking hard to break. Before Clinton, no one even came close.

Whether you like Clinton or hate her — and plenty of Americans hate her — it's time to admit that the reason Clinton was the one to break it is because Clinton is actually really good at politics.

She's just good at politics in a way we haven't learned to appreciate.


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Already the presumptive Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton sailed to victory in Tuesday’s primary in New Jersey, one of six states voting across the country. Clinton marked her victory with a speech marking the moment in history; the first time a woman has led the ticket for a major U.S. political party.
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