The USA Democratic presidential aspirant cautioned American authorities to be vigilant, insisting that China is willing to do everything-like launching a cyberwarfare against the United States-in its bid to continue its rise to global eminence.
“Well, he doesn’t believe in a path to citizenship”. “If he did at one time, he no longer does”.
The ex- first lady said political opponents have been attacking her trustworthiness since her husband, ex- President Bill Clinton, first ran for president more than two decades ago. New York Times correspondent Maggie Haberman was on the scene, and says that the press was “being pulled along with a rope” as Clinton strolled. I turned over everything that I could imagine.
“You have to have a consolidated command that has the accountability, the responsibility, for protecting the security of all government systems and databases”, Ms. Fiorina told the news outlet.
On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe”, Clinton spokeswoman Jennifer Palmieri was asked about Clinton turning over her email server for purposes of transparency and trustworthiness.
“Well, we’ll see”, she said when asked about running against ex- Florida Gov. Jeb Bush.
“I think it is imperative that there be an agreement worked out with Greece”, the Democratic presidential candidate said in response to a reporter’s question at a campaign stop in Iowa City.
Clinton defended her record, saying that “working with the Obama administration we did exercise smart power that I think needs to be the hallmark of our security policy”. As Clinton shook hands and took pictures with fans, close aide Huma Abedin stood close by, bobbing her head and mouthing the words to a Katy Perry song.
Maybe so, but the visual of reporters being herded along a small town street like cats ahead of Clinton’s posse of bodyguards was a disturbing metaphor for her candidacy up to this point. “I know him. He’s not an easy man… but I don’t think there is any substitute other than constant engagement”, she said of Putin.
Clinton has a solid lead in polls but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.). In a forceful statement on Sunday, Sanders celebrated the Greek people’s rejection of the creditors’ austerity proposal through the referendum vote, explicitly supporting the Greek government against its worldwide creditors. Previous secretaries of state have said they did the same thing. The Clinton campaign got lots of flak for it, and Clinton’s communications director struggled to try and explain it. And I went above and beyond what anybody could have expected in making sure that if the State Department didn’t capture something, I made a real effort to get it to them, and I had no obligation to do any of that, so let’s set the record straight. “And we worry about terrorist organizations getting access to the capacity”. And all I can tell you is that the law, the regulation did not in anyway stand in my way of being permitted to do what I did.