Hillary Clinton plans to kick back and watch lots of TV after the November 8 election. Starbucks wants to help people come together amid a divisive campaign by issuing a "unity" cup for its brews. And actor Bryan Cranston of "Breaking Bad" fame says he will leave the country if Donald Trump wins the White House.
Herewith some fresh slices of life from the US presidential election campaign.
- 'Unity' cup from Starbucks
Starbucks came out Tuesday with A "unity cup" for Americans who have endured the nasty, divisive campaign between Clinton and Trump.
The green and white cup features a mosaic of some 100 people from many different walks of life.
"During a divisive time in our county, Starbucks wanted to create a symbol of unity as a reminder of our shared values, and the need to be good to each other," said Starbucks chairman and CEO Howard Schultz.
Hillary, kicking back
Hillary Clinton says she plans to take in a lot of TV after Election Day on November 8. If she wins, she will not be sworn in until January 20.
"And as soon as this election is over, Georgie, I'm going to watch as much television and as many shows as I possibly can," Clinton said in a video clip released by People magazine, as she answered a question from a seven-year-old girl.
"I do watch TV shows to relax," Clinton said, adding she cannot do so as much as before because of the demands of the campaign.
She said she is also fond of HGTV, a remodeling and home improvement channel. "I love watching people redecorating their houses, buying houses," the former secretary of state said last year.
Cranston will up and move
Bryan Cranston said will "definitely move" if Donald Trump wins the presidency. The "Breaking Bad" star spoke on the podcast "The Bestseller Experiment." He backs Clinton.
"I'm telling you, there will be theatrical productions about Donald Trump because of the anomaly that he presented," Cranston said.
"That being said, for me to play someone like Donald Trump, I'll first need to have some time to calm down from him because I do have a judgment of him and it's virtually impossible to play someone you have a judgment on because then you're slanted."