By teasing a text, Clinton drummed up anticipation for an event that is, admittedly, a snoozefest for anyone but cable news producers. The post Clinton’s VP Announcement is the Ultimate Text From Hillary appeared first on WIRED.
Diana Walker, the photographer behind the viral image, explains how it happened
At the RNC Tuesday, Ben Carson took a little time away from his prepared text to explain that Hillary Clinton is an acolyte of a man who literally worshiped Satan. We can't say we agree 100 percent with his police work there.
If you signed up for texts from Hillary for America, you got some desperate reactions to Donald Trump's vice presidential announcement Thursday...
It turns out that a Hillary Clinton meme led to inquiries at the State Department a few years ago over her emails.
Never let anyone tell you memes don’t matter. That famous image of Hillary Clinton looking chill with her Blackberry actually prompted a government official to inquire about the status of her State Department email account. No one listened, and here we are now. Read more...
by Eli Sanders This week it became clear that Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for president, so at 1:05 I talk about this history-making moment with TIME Magazine political writer Jay Newton-Small, who will be at TownShow More Summary
Last week, the now-presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump, accused Hillary Clinton of playing the "woman's card." That apparently got Adam Smith, the co-creator of the viral-meme sensation Texts from Hillary, thinking: Is...Show More Summary
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The great state of Florida holds its primary elections a week from today. I got a text from Team Hillary this afternoon asking about my plans to get to the polls (whether I’d be driving, walking, taking public transportation, etc.) and when I planned on voting. When I responded, they said they’d remind me about […]
From Fox News: Constitution, Declaration of Independence … whatever. That seemed to be Hillary Clinton’s take on the nation’s two most important documents during an interview Wednesday, as she confused the texts in making the case for more gun laws. The Democratic presidential front-runner mistakenly cited a “constitutional right to life, liberty and the pursuit […]
On the morning of the Iowa caucuses, I received the following text message from a friend in South Dakota: “Oh holy heck! Please tell me by some miracle a new candidate will just somehow appear and save the day in Iowa. Just not feeling good about this whole thing. We are talking future leader of...
When the head of the State Department needs to unwind, she knows how to work it out. Three months ago Hillary Clinton was seen dancing and having a beer in Colombia. When the Tumblr sensation 'Texts From Hillary' went viral earlier in the year, she became a social media star. (Is there anything cooler than [...]
The page is titled "Texts from Hillary and 4 other DIY Hillary Clinton costumes for Halloween/What’s in Hillary’s closet? A lifetime of looks," and there are 5 photos of Hillary from various stages of her life, each with a photo of a woman emulating her. Show More Summary
Does anyone else find it curious that politicians, from Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton, are prepared to oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) treaty before the text has been made public? There are obvious advantages to trade, in that both parties gain. Show More Summary
Reports Eric Wemple, in a column in The Washington Post — "In church address, Hillary Clinton pledges to be nicer to the media."Romans: 12 was the text at the Foundry United Methodist Church yesterday, and Hillary was speaking from the pulpit. Show More Summary
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (D) became a meme in 2012 thanks to Texts from Hillary, a Tumblr that portrayed Clinton "texting" important people using this AP photo: On Monday, the William J. Clinton Library posted a throwback photo on its official Instagram account that's almost a mirror image of the iconic texting photo. Show More Summary
This is Hillary reading a text from me that says "with you every step of the way, gurl" #mypresident A photo posted by Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) on Apr 12, 2015 at 12:51pm PDT Lena Dunham is backing Hillary Clinton’s run for the White House. Now you know who to vote for. Or against?
The photo — later made into the popular meme “Texts from Hillary,” shows the then-secretary aboard a Tripoli-bound C-17 plane on Oct. 18, 2011, holding her Blackberry in her left hand.
Clinton's previous photo showed her on a Blackberry