Donald Trump joined the Morning Joe crew on Tuesday morning to discuss his expectations in New Hampshire. During the interview... The post Donald Trump: Hillary Clinton Is “In a Certain Way Evil” (Video) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
[Content Note: Misogyny; war; drones; rape in war zones.]In the Washington Post, Greg Sargent takes on the question of [CN: video autoplays] that video of Senator Elizabeth Warren asserting that Hillary Clinton's voting history on bankruptcy bills proves that she is a corporate shill who has been influenced by donations. Show More Summary
The Democratic primary race here has not provided the sort of drama the Republican contest has wrought, but it has shined a bright light on the woman who remains the party’s front runner, Hillary Clinton—and demonstrated both troublesome and enticing halves of her candidacy. Despite months of campaigning,...
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is bracing for a big loss tonight, but you wouldn’t know it to listen to her greet voters -- and the husband of a Republican candidate who has made personal attacks on her central to her campaign.
Is Hillary Clinton recalibrating her position on abortion as she seeks the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination? It sure looks that way. In her last presidential run in 2008, Clinton said that she thought abortion should be “safe, legal and rare, and by rare, I mean rare.” She added that abortion...
DERRY, N.H. — Apparently Hillary Clinton isn’t holding a grudge against Carly Fiorina.
A political revolution within the Democratic Party has undermined Hillary Clinton's powerful political machine
MANCHESTER, NH -- On primary day here in the Granite State, please consider the current state of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign: (1)...
MANCHESTER, N.H. — When Hillary Clinton won her upset victory in New Hampshire eight years ago, the selfie was not a thing. Dropping in on primary voters Tuesday morning, many things are different, including Clinton's skill at accommodating the now-constant requests that she pose for a photo. Clinton is 15 points behind rival Sen. Bernie Sanders […]
(Scott Johnson) Hillary Clinton pays some political price for refusing to produce the transcripts of her absurdly lucrative paid speeches to the titans of Wall Street. The transcripts must be full of the innocuous boilerplate with which...Show More Summary
By Sarah Lazare / AlterNet Hillary Clinton does not have a monopoly on feminism.
Zach Carter: “If [Clinton] takes the money, she gets hit with this McCarthyism of the left, this guilt by association, even though there is no evidence that taking this money has had any impact on her policies,” former Rep. Barney … Continue reading ?
Greg Sargent: I’m skeptical of Sanders’s case that Obama could have gotten a lot more than he did or that his explanation accounts for why Obama did achieve what he did. I’m also skeptical of Sanders’s case that he can … Continue reading ?
First Read: “For a moment, forget the race for second (or third or fourth) place in the Republican primary. And stop speculating about whether Hillary Clinton can bring the Democratic contest to single digits. Instead, devote your attention, at least [...]
New Hampshire’s primary could sift out the rest of the GOP presidential field, depending on who does well or over-performs. On the Democratic side, it could notch a win for Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton and set up a battle for South Carolina.
During an interview at the Sundance Film Festival last week, actress and producer Lena Dunham described the media coverage of Hillary Clinton’s candidacy as “gendered and rabidly sexist.” Dunham talked about her frustration with adjectives applied only to women candidates, offering a partial list of words she wished the media would stop using when describing […]
A poll released on the eve of the New Hampshire primary gives Bernie Sanders a 26-point lead over Hillary Clinton.
Are Hillary Clinton’s policy positions and instincts shaped directly by the money she has taken from Wall Street and corporate interests? Clinton has repeatedly answered this question — which has emerged as central to the Democratic primary battle — with a firm No. The Sanders campaign has equivocated on it, with his campaign aides suggesting […]
Both Clinton and Sanders are laying claim to the word progressive. Trouble is, they both actually have records