In the course of noodling the question, “Why is Hillary Clinton unpopular?” David Brooks offers two “paradoxes.” He writes: There are two paradoxes to her unpopularity. First, she was popular not long ago. As secretary of state she had a 66 percent approval rating. Show More Summary
Donald Trump now leads Hillary Clinton in three of the five most recent polls, as catalogued by Real Clear Politics, and when averaged out, he has a narrow 0.2 percent lead over the former secretary of state. The polls showing Trump with a lead are: Rasmussen Reports, which has him ahead by five; Fox News,... Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and business mogul Donald Trump are tied in the battleground state of Virginia, a Roanoke College poll released Monday states. The poll found that while support for the presumptive nominees was split, both candidates suffered from low favorability ratings....
Donald Trump has become the US presidential frontrunner. The latest RealClearPolitics average of several recent polls put Trump ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by one-fifth of a percentage point. It’s not a huge lead but it does mark the first time that Trump has passed Clinton in any combined national polling. Show More Summary
Donald Trump is not shying away from attacking Hillary Clinton on foreign policy: With national security looming as a potential vulnerability, Mr. Trump was unsparing in his criticism of the former secretary of state, saying she “knows...Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and billionaire businessman Donald Trump are running neck and neck as the two least liked US presidential candidates in the history of modern polling, a new survey revealed on Monday.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is likely to endorse former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for US president after the last primary, President Barack Obama’s former campaign manager Jim Messina said on Monday.
Donald Trump has become — at least for the time being — the presidential frontrunner. The latest RealClearPolitics average of several recent polls put Trump ahead of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton by 0.2%. It is the firstShow More Summary
Sooner or later, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is going to clinch the Democratic nomination outright. At that point, it’ll be time for another round of hard choices, because in order to move forward, she’ll have to knit the fractious Democratic coalition back together. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton declined to take the bait when asked if Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is helping presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump by continuing his campaign. “Senator Sanders has every right to finish...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton as secretary of state in Israel. (The Israel Project / CC BY-SA 2.0) The former secretary of state used to hold a more nuanced view on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, in contrast to the fact that she now seems to...Show More Summary
While the most recent “Saturday Night Live” clip featuring Larry David as Bernie Sanders and Kate McKinnon as Hillary Clinton is full of nuggets of truth, it also shows some bias towards the former Secretary of State, much like the head of the Democratic National Committee does.
In an interview with CNN, the former secretary of state also discussed party unification and noted that she and Bernie Sanders have followed “the same rules.”
WASHINGTON — Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was ahead of businessman Donald Trump in a matchup of likely general election nominees, according to a CBS News/New York Times poll that gave both candidates negative ratings. Sixty percent of women polled had a unfavorable...
Marine Le Pen claims that former US State Secretary Hillary Clinton is the most "dangerous" for France candidate in the race for the post of the president of the county as she was has "gone hand in hand" with the US decisions that plunged the world into "chaos".
Bernie Sanders’ campaign said that US voters are increasingly doubtful about the viability of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
"It does appear it was an act of terrorism" -- Hillary Clinton comments on #EgyptAir Watch: https://t.co/UYpqI3w42L https://t.co/N5g3Cb5kEw — CNN (@CNN) May 19, 2016 Democratic presidential front-runner and former Secretary of StateShow More Summary
Former Secretary of State and current Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton made some news Thursday afternoon when she declared that the Democratic nomination is already hers, telling CNN's Chris Cuomo that "I will be the nominee of my party," and adding "That is already done, effectively."
Hillary Clinton likely deserves to be indicted after an FBI investigation into her use of an unsecured and unauthorized email server during her time as secretary of state but likely won’t face any punishment, one Texas congressman and former state judge said this week. Show More Summary
Donald Trump now leads former secretary of state Hillary Clinton by five points in a new Rasmussen Reports poll. It was the third poll in recent weeks that has shown him with a lead over the former secretary of state. The poll, commissioned by Rasmussen Reports, has Trump with 42 percent, to 37 percent for... Show More Summary