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Peter Mathews Assesses the Trump-Clinton Race with 4 Days to Go {126}

November 3, 2016 | Al Jazeera TV – Peter Mathews says that the 4% to 8% of the voters who are undecided are the key to the Presidential Election. Clinton’s extensive ground game and surrogate campaigners (Obama, Bill, Bernie, Elizabeth and Warren) and Trump voters’ enthusiasm, and a Brexit type hidden Trump vote, are major determining factors in this unpredictable Election, says Mathews.


How damaging is the FBI investigation for Hillary Clinton’s campaign {125}

November 2, 2016 – Sky News TV speaks about the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s, Huma Abedin’s, and Anthony Weiner’s emails, and how it could make a difference in the race for the Presidency.


On Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews Analyzes the Crucial Latino Vote {124}

October 29, 2016 – On Al Jazeera English TV, Political Analyst and Cypress College Professor Peter Mathews takes a close look at how the Latino vote in Battleground states such as Florida and Nevada could have a decisive influence on the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election.


Ecuador cuts internet connection to Julian Assange ahead of US Election {123}

Sky News TV speaks to Professor Peter Mathews about the Ecuadorian embassy in London cutting off internet connection to Julian Assange and his Wikileaks website.


How did the candidates do in the Second Trump-Clinton Presidential debate {122}

Sky News speaks to Professor Peter Mathews about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s performance in the second Presidential debate and the issues discussed, and those omitted.


Peter Mathews On Al Jazeera English TV: Trump’s Misogynistic Denigration of Women Cost Him Severely {121}

October 8, 2016 | Al Jazeera English TV – Peter Mathews, Professor Of Political Science and Sociology, says that the recently revealed video and audio recordings of Trump’s highly misogynistic and sexually explicit and aggressive language and behavior toward women has probably doomed his Presidential chances.


First Clinton-Trump Presidential Debate Analyzed by Political Science Professor Peter Mathews {120}

September 26, 2016 – TRT World’s Asha Tanna interviews Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science on the outcome of the first Hillary Clinton – Donald Trump Presidential Debate


On Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews Updates the Clinton and Trump Presidential Campaigns and Looks at the Upcoming First Debate {119}

September 15, 2016 | Al Jazeera English TV – Mathews looks at the differences in media coverage of the Clinton and Trump campaigns and evaluates the relevant issues to be discussed: Mathews says the media focus will shift from issues of the candidates’ health and scandals to Foreign Policy, Jobs and the Economy, and other salient issues facing America and the world. Since in most polls the candidates are virtually tied, the first Presidential debate plays a crucial role in helping determine the outcome of the November 8 Election.


Peter Mathews looks at the effect of Hillary Clinton’s health on the Battleground States’ voters and the possible outcome of the Presidential election between Clinton and Trump. {118}

September 14, 2016 | TRT World – Peter Mathews looks at the effect of Hillary Clinton’s health on the Battle ground States’ voters and the possible outcome of the Presidential election between Clinton and Trump.


On TRT World TV, Peter Mathews Analyzes Effect of Clinton’s Illness on Presidential Election {117}

September 11, 2016 | TRT World – On TRT World TV, Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology and author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, looks at the effects of Hillary Clinton’s illness on the 2016 Presidential Election campaign.


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