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About Arnold Friedman

Arnold Friedman was a newspaper reporter for more than 20 years, and he spent more than 10 years helping produce stories for the newsmagazine programs at the ABC, CBS and NBC networks, including CBS's 60 Minutes.

It’s Clinton vs. Trump for President

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN The animosity and glaring differences between two New Yorkers, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, will be on the line in the main event to succeed President Barack Obama.  While Trump staggered through the worst week of his year-long, high drama Republican campaign, Democrat Clinton became the first woman in American history to

By |June 9th, 2016|Americas, News, Politics, United States|

Trump Calls For Limiting U.S. Support Of NATO On Eve of Brussels Attacks

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN The night before the deadly terrorist attacks on Brussels, Donald Trump called for the United States to rethink its involvement in NATO.  Then on the same day as bombs were set off at the Brussels airport and a metro station, the Republican frontrunner in the U.S. presidential race scored another decisive primary election victory

By |March 24th, 2016|Americas, Europe, Featured, News, Politics, Russia, Ukraine, United States|

Trump, Clinton Big Winners Again

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump moved closer to a general election showdown, with both presidential candidates dominating Tuesday's primary vote in five well-populated states. Trump's strong showing in Florida, a key state, caused one of his main competitors to drop out of the race.  Florida Senator Marco Rubio announced a halt

By |March 16th, 2016|Americas, Featured, News, Politics, United States|

Sanders Scores Shocker But Trump Again Is The Big Winner

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN Businessman Donald Trump extended his lead in the race for the Republican presidential nomination by winning Tuesday's voting in three out of four contested states.  But the shocker of the day came from Democrat Bernie Sanders.  The Vermont senator scored a major upset over frontrunner Hillary Clinton in Michigan's Democratic primary election.

By |March 9th, 2016|News, Politics, United States|

Weekend Primary Results

On “Super Saturday,” leading Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz split four primaries and caucuses. Trump won Louisiana and Kentucky, while Cruz claimed Kansas and Maine. Turning to the Democratic side, Senator Bernie Sanders bested frontrunner Hillary Clinton in two of three contests. Sanders won Kansas and Nebraska, while Clinton claimed Louisiana. The

By |March 6th, 2016|News, Politics, United States|

Super Tuesday Recap

The frontrunners in the presidential race for Republicans and Democrats were big winners again as voters in 12 U.S. states made their selections on Super Tuesday.  In the biggest day of the primary election and caucus season, both Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton swept to victories in seven states, primarily in the Deep

By |March 2nd, 2016|Americas, News, Politics, United States|

Trump Wins Vote In Third Straight State

Donald Trump rolled to a third straight win in his campaign to become the next president of the United States, swamping his Republican rivals in the Western U.S. state of Nevada.  With 95% of Nevada's caucus vote counted, the billionaire hotel developer and former reality TV host held a 22-point lead over his nearest competitor.

By |February 24th, 2016|Americas, News, Politics, United States|

Jeb Bush Bows Out

Jeb Bush Update: With 100% of the vote recorded, 32.5% went to Trump, giving the celebrity businessman a 10-point victory.  Rubio held on to second place with 22.5% and Cruz was right behind him at 22.3%.  Bush finished with just 7.8% of the vote. In a big day of American voting on Saturday, the early

By |February 21st, 2016|Americas, Featured, News, Politics, United States|

New Hampshire Primary Recap

By ARNOLD FRIEDMAN Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, two staunch critics of America's political establishment on the right and left, scored decisive victories in the first national primary election of this year's contest for president of the United States. Trump's 19-point win over his nearest challenger in the New England state of New Hampshire removed

By |February 11th, 2016|Americas, Analysis, Featured, FMP Commentary, United Kingdom, United States|

Trump, Sanders Take New Hampshire

The polls closed and Trump and Sanders were already declared the winners by AP, NBC and CNN.  Kasich has the early lead for 2nd place followed by Bush on the GOP side. NBC's exit polling showed Sanders with 85% of the millennial vote, leading Clinton in the women's vote and also winning the gun rights vote.

By |February 10th, 2016|News in Brief, United States|
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