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Jamalpur, She is cheerful and active, Dr Sharma said The girldoctors saidhad played with her two-year-old brother on Tuesday Doctors say they will observe her till next weekand then discharge her For all the latest Delhi News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWashington United States:Embattled presidential hopeful Donald Trump lashed out against "disloyal" Republicans in a ranting tweetstorm Tuesday deepening a split that threatens the future of the 162-year-old party Declaring himself unchained from party strictures the White House nominee berated Republican leaders for offering "zero support" and promised a bareknuckle 28-day campaign against Hillary Clinton Trump called Paul Ryan the nation’s top elected Republican a "weak and ineffective leader" He ridiculed the party’s 2008 White House nominee John McCain as "very foul mouthed" "It is so nice that the shackles have been taken off me and I can now fight for America the way I want to" Trump said in a three-hour cyber outburst "I will teach them" He doubled down in an interview with Fox News Tuesday night saying of Ryan: "I don’t want his support I don’t care about his support" Donald Trump AP "I wouldn’t want to be in a foxhole with these people including Ryan especially Ryan" he added later in the interview referring to Republicans who have turned their backs on him Relations between Trump and party leaders have always been strained —from the outset many considered the bombastic reality-TV-star-turned-politico unfit to take up the mantle of Abraham Lincoln and Ronald Reagan But the snapping point has been Trump’s precipitous fall in the polls after the emergence of a video in which he bragged about groping women US President Barack Obama addressed the scandal Tuesday after White House spokesman Josh Earnest earlier in the day called the comments "repugnant" and said most people would consider the actions described as "sexual assault" "You don’t have to be a husband or a father to say that’s not right You just have to be a decent human being" Obama said while campaigning for Clinton in North Carolina Trump has apologised for the comments saying they were just "locker-room" banter "If that’s why I’m going to lose an election. that’s going to be sad" he said in the Fox interview He added with his typical bombast: "But I think we’re going to win" The latest Real Clear Politics polling average has Clinton ahead by six points across the country and the latest polls show her ahead in a slew of must-win states for Trump With his campaign in a tailspin Trump seemed determined to ram a wedge between party leaders and the radicalised grassroots that propelled his political career The gloves are off Trump’s anger seems to have been prompted by Ryan suggesting in a conference call with Republican lawmakers on Monday that they stop defending the party nominee and focus on limiting electoral losses in Congress But Trump’s belligerent reaction is an ominous sign for Republicans worried about losing control of the House of Representatives and the Senate "Disloyal R’s are far more difficult than Crooked Hillary They come at you from all sides They don’t know how to win —I will teach them" Trump tweeted Trump’s campaign has long had a no holds barred quality but the break with the Republican establishment signals the start of an even more vitriolic campaign Obama said it "does not make sense" that some Republicans expressed their disapproval of Trump’s lurid comments but continue to support him for the White House "You can’t repeatedly denounce what is said by someone and then say: I am still going to endorse him to be the most powerful president on the planet" he said Trump has also alienated allies by bringing up unproven sexual abuse allegations against Clinton’s husband former president Bill Clinton in a debate Sunday watched by tens of millions of Americans The last few days have seen Hillary Clinton’s speeches interrupted by people shouting "Bill Clinton is a rapist" A right-wing website has offered $5000 to anyone who goes to a rally and does the same An unsparing Trump campaign ad released Monday showed Hillary Clinton when she had pneumonia last month coughing at a dais and stumbling as she tried to get into her motorcade after a 9/11 anniversary ceremony "Hillary Clinton doesn’t have the fortitude strength or stamina to lead in our world" the narrator says ‘Accountable’ Clinton’s campaign will be eager to tether the whole Republican Party to Trump’s harsh message —which is popular with the party base but appears to have little appeal with the wider public "Somewhat of a civil war is breaking out in the Republican Party" said Clinton communications director Jen Palmieri "But I think that Donald Trump didn’t become the nominee of his party on his own" "The voters I imagine will hold them accountable (in) House and Senate races" she added Clinton revived the Clinton-Gore 1992 White House ticket on Tuesday campaigning in Miami with her husband’s vice president Al Gore Gore has been largely absent from politics since he lost the 2000 race in Florida to George W Bush by a handful of votes In Miami he focused on the high stakes of November’s election "Your vote really really really counts You can consider me as Exhibit A" Sonoma: Teams with cadaver dogs began a grim search on Thursday for more dead in parts of California wine country devastated by wildfires resorting in some cases to serial numbers stamped on medical implants to identify remains that turned up in the charred ruins New deaths confirmed Thursday took the toll to 31 making this the deadliest week of wildfires in California history Many of the flames still burned out of control and the fires grew to more than 300 square miles (777 square kilometers) an area as large as New York City Sonoma and Napa counties endured a fourth day of choking smoke while many residents fled to shelters or camped out on beaches to await word on their homes and loved ones A forecast for gusty winds and dry air threatened to fan the fires further File image of the California wildfire AP Some of the state’s most historic tourist sites including Sonoma city and Calistoga in Napa Valley were ghost towns populated only by fire crews trying to stop the advancing infernos Calistoga known for wine tastings and hot springs had dozens of firefighters staged at street corners Ash rained down from the sky and a thick haze covered the ground Mayor Chris Canning warned that the fires were drawing closer and all of the city’s 5000 residents needed to heed an evacuation order "This is a mandatory evacuation Your presence in Calistoga is not welcome if you are not a first responder" Canning said during a news briefing explaining that firefighters needed to focus on the blazes and had no time to save people A few residents left behind cookies for fire crews with signs reading "Please save our home" Sonoma County Sheriff Robert Giordano said officials were still investigating hundreds of reports of missing people and that recovery teams would begin conducting "targeted searches" for specific residents at their last known addresses "We have found bodies almost completely intact and we have found bodies that were nothing more than ash and bones" the sheriff said Some remains have been identified using medical devices uncovered in the scorched heaps that were once homes Metal implants such as artificial hips have ID numbers that helped put names to victims he said The eight new deaths confirmed Thursday brought the total to 31 Most of the fires and the deaths were in the coastal region north of San Francisco that encompasses wine country Four deaths came further inland in Yuba County While the Oakland Hills fire of 1991 killed 25 people by itself and the Griffith Park fire in Los Angeles in 1933 killed 29 never in recorded state history have so many people been killed by a simultaneous series of fires said Daniel Berlant a deputy director with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection Firefighters had reported modest gains against the blazes but containment seemed nowhere in sight "We are not out of this emergency We are not even close to being out of this emergency" Emergency Operations Director Mark Ghilarducci told a news conference More than 8000 firefighters were battling the blazes and more manpower and equipment was pouring in from around the country and from as far away as Australia officials said Since igniting Sunday in spots across eight counties the fires have transformed many neighbourhoods into wastelands At least 3500 homes and businesses have been destroyed and an estimated 25000 people forced to flee The wildfires continued to grow in size A total count of 22 fires on Wednesday fell to 21 on Thursday because two large fires merged said state Fire Chief Ken Pimlott The challenge of fighting the fires was compounded by the need for more help and the growing fatigue of firefighters who have been working for days "We have people that have been on that fire for three days who don’t want to leave" said Cal Fire’s deputy incident commander in Napa Barry Biermann "At some point you hit a road block" Fire officials were investigating whether downed power lines or other utility failures could have sparked the fires It’s unclear if downed lines and live wires resulted from the fires or started them said Janet Upton a spokeswoman for Cal Fire Hundreds of evacuees fled to beaches far to the north of the fires some sleeping on the sand on the first night of the blazes Since then authorities have brought tents and sleeping bags and opened public buildings and restaurants to house people seeking refuge in the safety and clean air of the coastal community of Bodega Bay Local charities and residents went to Costco to buy supplies for the fleeing families California Highway Patrol Officer Quintin Shawk took relatives and other evacuees into his home and office as did many others "It’s like a refugee camp" at his office Shawk said Community members fed breakfast to some 200 people on the beach alone and Patricia Ginochio who owns a restaurant opened the eatery for 300 more to sleep she said The evacuees’ arrival was heralded by a long line of headlights heading to beaches "The kids were scared" Ginochio said adding that temperatures by the beach drop dramatically at night "They were shivering and freezing" Some lucky evacuees returned to find what they least expected Anna Brooner was prepared to find rubble and ashes after fleeing Santa Rosa’s devastated Coffey Park neighborhood Then she got a call from a friend: "You’re not going to believe this" Her home was one of only a handful still standing "I swore when I left I was never coming back to this place" Brooner said "I feel so bad for all the other people All of us came back thinking we had nothing left" Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana | Published: December 25 2013 3:54 am Related News CHILDREN from schools all over the city celebrated Christmas on Tuesday ALL (ASSOCHAM Ladies League) distributed woollen capsmilk and gingerbread candies to underprivileged children at Guru Teg Bahadur Public SchoolMoti Nagar Goodies were distributed to around 250 children?2010, and being nominated for the upcoming Vancouver International South Asian Festival, Officials have been asked to make available alternative routes for movement of vehicles of emergency services like ambulances and fire service at the time of deciding the route of VVIP movement. download Indian Express App ?