A new poll shows that a Joe Biden run for president could be a big problem for democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton.
The NBC program was an opportunity to do just that, being billed as a chance for former first daughter turned media personality, Chelsea Clinton, to push her new book on politics.
Hillary Clinton isn’t sure if former President Clinton would have an office in the West Wing if she is elected president…
The mayor said he was satisfied that the candidates the Democrats have are the right ones, adding that they are speaking to the core economic realities that Americans are facing.
Now, she can’t even get the Pope to play nice.
Clinton has laughed off questions about her appearance in the past.
‘She took it gradually and didn’t have anything drastic done, because she wanted to evaluate the changes as she proceeded, ‘ Klein said, quoting one of Clinton’s friends. “I relied on people who were”. In an interview with The Des Moines Register editorial board yesterday, an editor asked Clinton how she would promote transparency if elected president “in light of your private e-mail server”.
A senior State Department official told ABC News on Friday that it missed these emails the first time around because of the cumbersome nature of discovery process.
“They’ve had a lot of rejections from people-both from membership renewals and speaking roles this year…” admitted a CGI insider.
Clinton called her use of a private server “a mistake” and said that if she had to do it all over again, she “would have used a separate email account“. Given the current set of circumstances on the ground – including a Russian buildup of troops inside Syria to support the Assad regime – Clinton said the US needs to find a way to work with Russia. Another 41% say she is not avoiding more debates and 36% have no opinion.
In March, a House committee requested access to Clinton’s server to ensure that she had not deleted any work-related emails.
Highlighting the fragility of single-figure presidential primary leads, Breitbart’s Mike Flynn notes that at this stage in the campaign for the 2008 Democratic nomination, Clinton posted “much stronger leads against [eventual winner] Barack Obama and [antipoverty campaigner] John Edwards”.
She allegedly said: ‘I get $250,000 to give a speech, and these Hollywood jackasses are going to tell me how to do it!’