HRC in Pittsburgh. Sanders in retreat. Trump in Pennsylvania. @SalenaZitoTrib.

Jun 15, 2016, 04:18 AM

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HRC in Pittsburgh. Sanders in retreat. Trump in Pennsylvania. @SalenaZitoTrib.

“…Democrat Hillary Clinton has opened up a double-digit lead nationally over Republican Donald Trump, whose negatives remain unusually high for a presidential candidate amid early indications that the Orlando terrorist attack has had little direct impact on the 2016 race. “A new Bloomberg Politics national poll shows Clinton leading Trump 49 percent to 37 percent among likely voters in November's election, with 55 percent of those polled saying they could never vote for the real-estate developer and TV personality….”

http://townhall.com/columnists/veroniquederugy/2016/06/09/in-the-fiscal-health-beauty-pageant-everyone-loses-n2175664

“It was here that a young George Washington inadvertently sparked the French and Indian War, which eventually led to the American Revolution. “The nation's first road came past this hotel in 1812. And it was here that iron, steel and coke were forged to build the nation during the Industrial Age and to protect it during wars. “Here, too, that coal turned common men into kings and poor men into the middle class. “It is highly likely that the people you can see from this summit will, unknowingly, hold the key to this historic presidential cycle because the balance of the electoral vote lies along the spine of Appalachia as it crosses Pennsylvania and Ohio. “The economy will play a big role in their voting decisions, and the region received a significant boost last week when Shell Oil Co. said it would begin building its multibillion-dollar ethanol cracker in Beaver County, a plant that will benefit the regional shale gas boom; spur manufacturing; establish 6,000 construction jobs and 600 permanent jobs; and attract plastics manufacturers to set up shop close to the plant. “The ripple effect around here will be a game-changer. It's the kind of news for which working-class people have hoped for for nearly a generation…”

http://triblive.com/opinion/salena/10605279-74/hotel-jobs-mountain