BRYCE COVERT: “Of course Hillary Clinton is a victim of sexism” Of course. Clinton’s staggering loss in New Hampshire has nothing to do with her party’s hard leftward shift under Barack Obama, youthful enthusiasm for an anti-establishment opponent in a season of anti-establishment fever in both parties, voter preference for a local candidate, misgivings about […]
Global Stocks Bounce Back After Market Selloff; Asia Stumbles (WSJ) New Hampshire Bucks the Establishment to Back Trump and Sanders (BBG) Trump shows his U.S. presidential bid is no mere publicity stunt (Reuters) Clinton Is Outdone by...Show More Summary
Ahead of the New Hampshire primary, Hillary Clinton made stops atDunkin' Donuts stores in Manchester and Nashua. After conversing with workers and customers, she picked up several milkshakes for her campaign team. Clinton has been spotted at many Dunkin' Donuts outlets along the campaign trail and a recent analysis fromboston.com [...]
The longtime "Conan" character joins Larry Wilmore and has a caustic take on the campaign
I’m 51. My health is decent. And while my mother died young, there’s longevity elsewhere in the family tree. I could live to see an openly gay presidential candidate with a real chance of victory. Will there be a “special … Continue...
Hillary Clinton’s high-powered press operation “blackmailed” reporters by promising perks in exchange for flattering coverage, according to a report Tuesday. Using the Freedom of Information Act,Gawker obtained an exchange of e-mailsbetween Clinton spokesman Philippe Reines and Marc Ambinder, a writer … Continued
WASHINGTON -- Hillary Clinton has the black vote in her hands. Eighty percent of black Democratic voters intended to cast their ballots for the 2016 presidential candidate in August 2015 -- and not much has changed since then. But with Sen. Show More Summary
Hillary took a shellacking yesterday in the New Hampshire primary, losing to Bernie Sanders by 20 or so points. Time to pull out the race card: Clinton is set to campaign with the mothers of Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner,...
Former Justice Department Attorney Larry Klayman tells us why he thinks Hillary Clinton will not be winning the democratic nomination for President. We’ll have reactions to the New Hampshire primary and see who still has momentum and who’s lost it heading toward Super Tuesday.
Playing the shame game with younger women is troubling, particularly since Clinton's own refusal to be shamed is a remarkable act of courage.
Hillary Clinton loves black people. And black people love Hillary—or so it seems. Black politicians have lined up in droves to endorse her, eager to prove their loyalty to the Clintons in the hopes that their faithfulness will be remembered and rewarded. Show More Summary
Child, please. Look, we understand her parents are pathological liars who’ll say and do anything in their thirst for more money and power, but are we really expected to believe a six-year-old has any clue about abortion and can make … Continued
On today's special episode of Loud & Clear, host Brian Becker is joined by 2016 third party presidential candidates Jill Stein of the Green Party and Gloria La Riva of the Party for Socialism and Liberation to discuss the surge of Sanders and Trump in the New Hampshire primary.
After a difficult start to her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination, with a narrow win in Iowa and a bad loss to Bernie Sanders Tuesday night in New Hampshire, Hillary Clinton needs a major boost. Fortunately for her, the next state to cast its votes is much more favorable territory for the presumed front-runner. Show More Summary
Below is the full transcript and video of Bernie Sanders’ speech following his victory in the New Hampshire Democratic Party primary: Thank you, New Hampshire. Shortly after the polls closed, Secretary Clinton called and was very gracious in her congratulations. I thank her for her call, and...
Hillary Clinton may be counting on support from black and Latino voters to score the Democratic presidential nomination, but not everyone's on board with that plan. A memo to Clinton supporters, sent by campaign manager Robby Mook, outlined her path to victory. Show More Summary
This is not one of those stupid, contrarian takes where I’m saying something just for shock value just to get clicks. Make no mistakes – Hillary Clinton may have lost by about 20 points last night, but she emerged from New Hampshire as the biggest winner of the night, and it was not close. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager said on Tuesday the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election would “very likely” be decided in March, and that the support of black and Hispanic voters would be key to victory. “It will be very difficult, if not impossible,...
Hillary Clinton made the prospect of her being elected the first woman U.S. president a centerpiece of her campaign, then lost a critical nominating contest to a 74-year-old man in part because women preferred him. NBC News exit polls showed Clinton, a former secretary of state, U.S. senator and...