With less than a month left before the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, the grind continues for both presumptive presidential nominees, both of whom are working to stay on top of issues that have dogged them for much of the campaign.
For Donald Trump, the issue continues to be money.
After it was reported last week that Trump’s campaign had just over $1 million in its coffers at the beginning of June to the Clinton campaign’s $42+ million, Trump has been scrambling to make up that money, largely through emails asking for donations of $10. As of Monday, Trump’s son Eric says the message had raised $11 million.
There are also questions about how Britain’s historic vote to leave the European Union last week will have ripple effects on the presidential campaigns here in the U.S.
The so-called Brexit vote has secessionist groups in Texas pondering the viability of Texas exiting the United States, but would that even be legal?