But she said she will also be a champion for workers and labor unions.
At that time, Clinton was consistently polling 40 or more points ahead of Sanders, a self-declared democratic socialist who is running to the left of Clinton on most issues.
For Clinton, a national figure who had served as the First Lady, the New York senator and the Secretary of State over the past three decades, challenges from Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders together with controversy around her private email setup threaten to derail her otherwise smooth path to the party’s nomination.
But Clinton pledged action on a far wider range of issues, for example touting her commitment to addressing a heroin overdose epidemic that has hit New Hampshire particularly hard – an issue she said she never intended to make a centerpiece of her campaign. Many Americans have expressed their desire for a Washington outsider to be the next president. Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders last week refrained from giving a number of refugees to take in, saying that the USA needs to help, but that the scope of who should be brought in is still unclear. As that cycle repeats, it puts a candidate in an obviously tough position.
Graham was noting that President Ronald Reagan and House Speaker Tip O’Neill would share a drink in spite of their differences.
“You’re not just a pretty face”.
“Everybody thought this was going to be a competitive race”, Demers said.
All of those as-yet-unknown factors, Sabato said, lead back to the stand-by for political analysts: “We’ll have to wait and see”.
But Bush predicted Georgia would win the SEC East and Louisiana State University would take the SEC’s Western Division. I think she’s going to have to figure out – she has to confront two things, the majority of people dislike her and the majority of people distrust her.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich says Latino workers are “completely involved” in all aspects of the U.S economy and not limited to certain segments. But still, Clinton stands a very good chance of overcoming the Sanders-Biden fever and emerging where she apparently confidently feels she will land: as the Democratic nominee. “We are a nation of immigrants and refugees”, he said, “and we can not forget what it means to struggle and toil and yearn for a better life beyond the next horizon”. But, if you look at the other Republican candidates, they are Trump without the pizazz or the hair.. The president of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce says he didn’t find the comments offensive.
“I don’t have a Super PAC because frankly I don’t support the agenda of the billionaire class”, Sanders said. But the increase reflects current USA government estimates of how many Syrians will be accepted by 2017.
Sanders has gained ground on Clinton in early voting states like Iowa and New Hampshire, however. No official party business was conducted at the convention. Their call is the most provocative yet for Biden to take her on and suggests a broad network backing the vice president is beginning to take shape.
In an attempt to change her campaign’s momentum, Clinton is in the middle of a series of sit-down interviews and media appearances.
The letter offers some insight into how a Biden campaign might make its appeal to voters, arguing that a Biden run would provide continuity with Obama’s administration, serving as an unofficial Obama third term.
She charged that Donald Trump has been “trafficking in prejudice and paranoia throughout this campaign”, and the other Republicans “are just like Trump without the hair and pizzazz”. Those views, she says, are shared by the rest of the 15 person field. In early September, Sanders was only 10 points behind Clinton. The audience repeatedly interrupted Democratic National Committee chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz to call for more candidate debates than the six the DNC has sanctioned. But New Hampshire deserves at least three debates; four would be better.