The former Florida governor “has always put people above politics,” the president said Monday.
It won't be the first time an incumbent attempted to help elect his successor. But never before has the conflict been so great, with the current president presiding over a criminal investigation of his party's presumptive nominee.
Donald Trump's insinuation that President Obama endorses the jihadist murder of American citizens is among the recent remarks that have provoked a lot of off-the-record grumbling by Republican officials who think he's ruining their party's image. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama's endorsement of Hillary Clinton won't change what most people do at the voting booth in November, voters say. In a new HuffPost/YouGov survey, j ust 14 percent of voters say Obama's endorsement makes them more likely to support Clinton. Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton isn't usually one for jaw-dropping insults. But when Donald Trump insulted her on Twitter, calling her "crooked" after Obama endorsed her, she had a few - three, to be precise - words for him. https://twitter.com/HillaryClinton/status/740973710593654784 Cue the schoolyard cries...
Hey apw, Stephanie here, and I’m super pumped that my inaugural Happy Hour is happening the week that the United States officially nominated a woman to head a major party ticket (complete with an Obama endorsement). I was That Person who was sitting up until 1 a.m.… The post APW Happy Hour appeared first on A Practical Wedding: Blog Ideas for the Modern Wedding, Plus Marriage.
This past Tuesday night, Hillary Clinton made history by becoming the first woman to represent a major political party in the general presidential election. President Obama endorsed Clinton in a video released Thursday, signaling that...Show More Summary
Just a day after President Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump is using an old ad from their primary fight in 2008 to hit Clinton.
http://www.bobcesca.com/podcast/060916/BCS_060916.mp3 Today's program from our podcasting affiliate, The Bob & Chez Show: Delete Your Account: Hillary is the Presumptive Nominee; Obama Endorses Hillary; Bernie Pledges to Help Hillary...Show More Summary
There was plenty of drama in the news this week. After she clinched the nomination, President Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump tried to troll them both, and Hillary clapped back hard. Then some ugly shoes came out. Tweets on these topics, plus jokes about laser cats, copilots and more, in the top 39 tweets of the week! 1. Show More Summary
Sanders said he will soon meet with Clinton. President Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton's candidacy on Thursday, shortly after meeting with Bernie Sanders at the White House. "I'm with her. I am fired up and I cannot wait to get out there and campaign for Hillary," he said in a video released by the Clinton campaign. Show More Summary
Yesterday, Barack Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton… a woman under criminal investigation for violating the Espionage Act and a whole raft of other laws. Jake Tapper of CNN, seems to be
Barack Obama’s spokesman described the FBI’s probe into Hillary Clinton’s classified email scandal as a ‘criminal investigation’ on Thursday, less than an hour after the president endorsed his embattled former secretary of state to succeed him. Josh Earnest told reporters … Continued
A lot changes in eight years.
9th Circus Circuit Ct. of Appeals states 2nd Amendment does not grant the right to carry a concealed weapon Obama endorses Hillary Obama meets with A.G. after endorsing Hillary. Guess there won't be any indictment coming Obama's Asian strategy...
The President of the United States, and leader of the Democratic Party, Barack Obama endorsed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for president Thursday, and the liberal media couldn’t get enough of it. “Just when it looked like...Show More Summary
Hello! Here's what you need to know on Friday. 1. US President Barack Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton in a video posted to the presumptive Democratic nominee's YouTube account. " I don't think anyone has been more qualified for this office," Obama said. 2. Show More Summary
US President Barack Obama’s endorsement of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is an important step to unifying the Democratic party ahead of the 2016 general election, US Senator from Florida Ben Nelson told Sputnik.
IN A TOPSY-TURVY way, Bernie Sanders has been setting the agenda in Democratic circles in recent weeks.