2016 election

There are just three weeks to go until the election and people are wondering what Putin might have up his sleeve.
Four years ago, the "Access Hollywood" tape threatened Donald Trump's political career. Then he won anyway.
"I can't believe some of these people saying Ross. He is a fact checker which is the total opposite of a Trump voter."
"Instead, he laughed and asked concerned ANC members why they were sad," said Khoza.
Has it really been only a year since Donald Trump won the presidential election?
Like his campaign, Trump's presidency is a reality show, one driven by disruption and distraction. As a political spectacle, it is nothing short of stupefying; it transfixes the US and much of the rest of the world alike. But if we can only tune out the noise and understand how this is happening, we can begin to pay attention to what's going on outside the frame.
Donald Trump's tenure in the Oval Office seems to reach new depths of despair with each passing week. An inability to score any sizeable policy victories (despite the Republicans controlling both the House of Representatives and the Senate) mixed with a serious investigation into possible collusion between his campaign team and the Russian government has left the president increasingly weak, isolated and, most damaging of all, deeply unpopular.
He claims to have agreed to the encounter without even knowing the name of the person he’d be meeting.
As the House Intelligence Committee begins hearings on Russia and the 2016 election, let’s review what we do and do not know.