As the race to replace President Barack Obama in the White House reaches into its last month, the American society is clearly a divided house. Nobody is allowed to have a neutral position. Either you are part of the Donald Trump camp or the Hillary Clinton camp.
The Atlantic breaks its tradition for Hillary Clinton
The Washington-based monthly magazine, The Atlantic, made news on Wednesday by departing from 159 years of hallowed practice and a fierce institutional pride in never aligning itself with any party or candidate, by openly endorsing Democratic presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton.
According to The Daily Beast, the editors of the well-known "nonpartisan" magazine were disgusted at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's candidacy to back Clinton for the President.
Bernie Sanders, Michelle Obama hammer Trump
The critics of Trump are in no mood to give him any breathing space. From Democratic leader Bernie Sanders to US First Lady Michelle Obama, Trump is having a difficult time answering questions raised by his adversaries.
Lady Obama has said that America needs a President who "plays by the rules" and "pay taxes" as she made a strong pitch for Democratic presidential nominee Clinton.
According to Associated Press, Sanders urged party unity, while also delivering a sharp rebuke of Trump.
Meanwhile Clinton, Trump talk on Twitter...
New Virginia poll- thank you! We are going to show the whole world that America is back – BIGGER, and BETTER, and STRONGER than ever before! pic.twitter.com/r7prlnHZhP
New Virginia poll- thank you! We are going to show the whole world that America is back – BIGGER, and BETTER, and STRONGER than ever before! pic.twitter.com/r7prlnHZhP— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 6, 2016