Bill Clinton barely got the words out of his mouth lambasting the Bernie Sanders camp for what he bluntly said were attacks on Hillary that were to sexist and too "profane" to repeat when a Sanders campaign official shot back that the...Show More Summary
x Vimeo Video I just couldn’t resist going after Hillary Clinton’s feminist attack crew, who may have cost her some votes in the New Hampshire primary. The comments by Madeleine Albright, Gloria Steinem and Bill Clinton are notable for...Show More Summary
HARRY REID: BILL CLINTON STILL ‘KNOWS HOW TO FEEL OUR PAIN.’ Well, there’s plenty of it in the country, based on Hillary and Bernie’s debate remarks last night.
From the crime bill to welfare reform, policies Bill Clinton enacted—and Hillary Clinton supported—decimated black America. ?Hillary Clinton loves black people. And black people love Hillary—or so it seems. Black politicians have lined...Show More Summary
Bill Clinton said he “would grab a rifle” and fight for Israel during paid speech. Bill and Hillary Clinton are under increasing scrutiny from the mainstream press over paid speeches they have given to big banks in exchange for millions of dollars. Show More Summary
Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former President Bill Clinton and current Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, said in an interview...
Hillary and Bill Clinton were prepared to lose, but there's a loss and then there's a shellacking. After barely winning Iowa, with its coin tosses and independent calls for a public recount of the secret ballots, getting trounced by Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire by 20 points suggests tissue-rejection...
The MSNBC host compares her experience in 1992 with the youthful enthusiasm greeting Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders.
Feel the Sexism by Clay Jones You would think if you want someone to lead the charge against sexism, Bill Clinton is not your man. Bill Clinton, Madeleine Albright and Gloria Steinem all made comments that Bernie Sander’s supporters are sexists. There have been sexist comments from some of his supporters but it’s not to [...]Show More Summary
Actress/writer Lena Dunham has been passionate about campaigning for Hillary Clinton (when it comes to trail life, she’s been there, done that, bought the custom Hillary-themed wardrobe). She’s got her reasons — she likes the Democratic candidate’s stance on gun control and women’s issues. But in a new interview, she reveals a surprising motivation for […]
Late last week it was rumored a Clinton campaign slim down was on its way. Hillary and Bill Clinton are so dissatisfied with their campaign’s...
While covering the NH Primary results for MSNBC, cable news superstar and all-around lesbian badass Rachel Maddow shared some surprisingly personal thoughts about her feelings as a gay person during Bill Clinton’s presidency. Maddow feels Clinton, who gave us DOMA and DADT, didn’t really do enough to support gay rights in the face of pretty vocal opposition [...]
The longtime "Conan" character joins Larry Wilmore and has a caustic take on the campaign
The world was a different place in 1994. It was a time of car phones, flannel, and Full House. Friends premiered. Bill Clinton was president. Twitter was a way you might describe...
Monica Lewinsky, widely referred to as the first victim of cyberbullying after her involvement with then-President Bill Clinton became public, has become a fierce advocate against bullying and, on Tuesday, launched her own line of apps aimed at supporting those who are oppressed.
An Open Letter to Secretary Madeline Albright. Published on February 8, 2016 | Edit Dear Madam Secretary, I've always been an admirer of yours. I cheered when President Bill Clinton appointed you as the first woman to serve as our Secretary of State. Show More Summary
Republican Mike Huckabee and Democrat Martin O'Malley had dropped out by midnight on caucus night, and Rand Paul and Rick Santorum weren't far behind. Candidate Bill Clinton masterfully framed his second-place finish in New Hampshire...Show More Summary
Former NBC Nightly News anchor Tom Brokaw provided a history lesson on the New Hampshire primary during the 4:00 p.m. Eastern hour of MSNBC’s political coverage and when describing the situation on the Democratic side in 1992, he claimed that then-Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton lost the Granite State “amid rumors of womanizing” despite the fact that such claims were proven true.
As the final voters head to the polls in New Hampshire on Tuesday evening, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is bracing for a loss that once was unthinkable. The aggressive, last-minute push for her by former President Bill Clinton, the prodding of young women voters by former secretary of State Madeleine...