Now that Donald Trump will be moving to the White House next January, speculation about the names being considered for his cabinet have started to emerge. According to sources close to the winning team some of the names included are Rudy Giuliani for attorney general, Newt Gingrich for secretary of state, retired Lt. Gen Michael Flynn for defense secretary or national security adviser, Trump finance chairman Steve Mnuchin for Treasury secretary, and Republican National Committee finance chair Lew Eisenberg for commerce secretary.
Bill Clinton once said the white working class had been left hopeless after six years of Barack Obama's administration. The former president was quoted in a speech published by Wikileaks as part of the website's release of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta's emails.
The U.S. dollar sank and stock markets slammed into reverse in wild trade as investors faced the real possibility of a shock win by Republican Donald Trump that could upend the global political order. Major indexes in Asia fall by more than 2%.
The Republican Party has retained its majority in the US House of Representatives, projections suggest early Wednesday. The TV networks ABC and NBC both projected a Republican majority in the 435-seat chamber, which the party has controlled since 2010.
Under the administration of president Mauricio Macri, the relation between Argentina and the US has entered a new dynamic phase and somehow those close links could be affected if the Republican candidate wins on Tuesday, said foreign minister Susana Malcorra.
A majority of South American presidents would prefer to see former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at the White House, while a few believe whoever wins will make not much of a difference for the continent. Nevertheless be it Hillary or Trump there is mostly respect for US institutions.
Analysts estimate Clinton would continue the bilateral relationship, while Trump is a mystery that would halt trade and investment worldwide
María Eugenia Vidal, governor of the province of Buenos Aires, reached an agreement with the World Bank for a 380-million-dollars loan to finance infrastructure works that would be beneficial to more than sixty municipalities. Bidding to start in March.
Buenos Aires' Ezeiza International Airport was shortlisted by the Department of Homeland Security of the United States along with ten other terminals in the world to be of “assessed preference” in the preclearance program.
The Electoral Observation Mission of the Organization of American States (EOM/OAS) to the United States has completed the deployment of its observers and experts ahead of the General Elections that will be held next Tuesday, November 8th. On November 9th, the day after the election, the Chief of the OAS Mission will present a preliminary report.