"I, for one, am shocked to see Hillary Clinton involved in recordkeeping and fundraising scandals," said no one who remembers 1996....
When Bill and Hillary Clinton look at themselves in the mirror, they see poor people. They are rich. They have a huge house in a wealthy neighborhood. They do not have to fly commercial. Their daughter has married into a wealthy family. Show More Summary
On Monday, The New York Times reported that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton never — not once — used her official State Department email address for her official communications.
On Tuesday night, the “big three” of ABC, CBS, and NBC continued to report on the latest scandal involving possible 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton over her exclusive use of a private email account while she was...Show More Summary
Rachel Maddow separates distills what's important about the Hillary Clinton e-mail story and talks with Ann Gearan, national politics reporter for The...
Likely Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton got a whooping round of applause from a friendly audience on Tuesday for a sly reference to her not-yet-official candidacy, but did not tip her hand about when she will make it official. “Don’t you someday want to see a woman president?” Clinton said with a grin. She […]
Hardball host Chris Matthews just doesn't get why Hillary Clinton's email scandal is all that big a deal.
“Don’t you someday want to see a woman president of the United states?” the former Secretary of State asked the crowd
EVEN THE GUARDIAN IS TURNING ON HER: Why the Hillary Clinton email revelations are a significant problem: The former secretary of state and likely 2016 candidate’s supporters have rallied to her defense, but the revelations leave Clinton vulnerable to serious criticism.
(Paul Mirengoff) If the mainstream media were applying the sort of scrutiny to Hillary Clinton as it has applied to Republican presidential candidates, we would by now have seen articles in the New York Times and the Washington Post about Whitewater, Travelgate, and the 1993 health care reform debacle. Show More Summary
(John Hinderaker) Steve noted earlier tonight a little-noticed exchange with an ABC reporter who was assigned to follow Hillary Clinton, which suggested one reason why Hillary’s 2016 campaign may be doomed. Here is another one: her relationship with Bill–the only reason anyone has heard of her in the first place–can’t withstand the light of day. Show More Summary
A STATE WITHIN A STATE: Source: Top Clinton Aides Used Secret Email Accounts at State Dept. Hillary Clinton is defending her use of a private email address, hosted at ClintonEmail.com, to conduct official State Department business by claiming that her emails were captured by official @state.gov accounts that other agency employees were instructed to use […]
Hillary Clinton kind of got abandoned by the White House over this email thing. The post The White House sort of admits that this Hillary Clinton email thing has legs. appeared first on RedState.
From the March 3 edition of MSNBC's All In with Chris Hayes: Previously: The New York Times' Deceptive Suggestion That Hillary Clinton May Have Violated Federal Records Law David Brock Calls On The New York Times To Issue "Prominent Correction" To Sloppy Clinton Email Reporting
Media Matters Founder and Chairman of the Board David Brock called on The New York Times to issue a "prominent correction as soon as possible" after publishing what he called a "wholly inadequate" article about Hillary Clinton's useShow More Summary
When most of us get inundated with emails from foreign countries, we rely on our spam filter. It turns out Hillary Clinton created an entire separate email account. On Monday, the New York Times reported that while Clinton was secretary of state, she used a private account for all of her official correspondence. Show More Summary
The White House spokesman spent nearly his entire news conference Tuesday discussing Hillary Rodham Clinton's email use as secretary of state, not the speech by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel.
On Monday night, the New York Times dropped a bomb: As secretary of state, Hillary Clinton didn’t use her government email address. She didn’t even have one. Her entire correspondence—from notes to staff to talks with diplomats—was done by private email. Show More Summary
On the Bloomberg TV show he co-hosts John Heilemann—asked today to quantify on a scale of "1-to-Godzilla" how "dumb" politically it was of Hillary Clinton to use personal email—answered "Godzilla with Mothra riding on his back dumb."...Show More Summary
Representative Trey Gowdy expressed concern that Hillary Rodham Clinton’s use of private email as secretary of state could hamper his committee's investigation into the 2012 Benghazi attacks.