"As President, Secretary Clinton will not only build on our progress in space, but will advance inspirational, achievable, and affordable space initiatives," writes Jim Kohlenberger, former chief of staff at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy under President Obama.
Trump senior policy advisers Robert Walker and Peter Navarro say a Trump administration would "lead the way on emerging technologies that have the potential to revolutionize warfare," such as constellations of micro-satellites.
In a SpaceNews exclusive, Trump senior policy advisers Robert Walker and Peter Navarro say Donald Trump would make sure NASA focuses "primarily on deep space activities rather than Earth-centric work that is better handled by other agencies."
For good or ill, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton haven’t said much about U.S. space policy during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. SpaceNews put nine identical questions to the Clinton and Trump camps. Here’s what they had to say.
Monday's briefing begins with Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) taking issue with Donald Trump's characterization of the U.S. space program.