“But it hasn’t changed”. “We can’t let them pull that same trick again”, she said, vowing to pass a constitutional amendment if necessary to undo the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision.
As she prepares to visit the ultimate site for campaign photo-ops, Mrs. Clinton earned the endorsement a key Iowa Democrat, Tom Harkin. After an inspector general found that Clinton had at least two “top secret” emails stored on her unsecured computer network, Abedin is likely to face more questions from congressional investigators, and perhaps others, about her access to Clinton’s system, according to media reports.
“Clinton is pouring staff and resources into Iowa’s caucuses to fend off a strong challenge from Vermont Sen”.
All the comedians contrasted Clinton’s stuffiness with their view of Bernie Sanders as the cool, hip Democratic candidate.
That’s one reason Vice President Joe Biden and his allies are pondering a challenge to Clinton.
The Democratic presidential candidate said that Clinton and her lawyers could answer questions surrounding whether she sent classified e-mails using a personal server.
Among Republicans, 87 percent say Clinton told a falsehood and 81 percent say her use of the private server posed a security threat.
“Black lives matter!” she continued, part of a group of almost 50 people who took a bus from Wisconsin to protest Walker’s policies.
Her campaign protests that they are doing just that, and caution that any freak-out is vastly premature. “We know it, Hillary knows it, and we expect it to continue from now until Election Day”, campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri wrote. They’re frustrated. They detest the political establishment. “We will not back down, we will do what is necessary”.
At the Wing Ding fundraiser, a high-profile gathering of Democrats in northern Iowa, Sanders rattled off the names of shooting victims in Ferguson, Missouri, Baltimore, New York and elsewhere.
Clinton has avoided taking firm positions on those issues.
In addition, Clinton’s lawyer, David Kendall, confirmed in a letter dated Wednesday that he last week voluntarily gave the Justice Department a thumb drive, along with two copies, containing roughly 30,000 emails from Clinton’s tenure. “It’s about politics”.
“I won’t get down in the mud with them”, Clinton said.
The former secretary of state referenced the repeated investigations of her husband’s White House in the 1990s by noting “I won’t pretend that this is anything other than what it is: the same old partisan games we’ve seen so many times before”.
Republicans are getting grief for having too many presidential candidates, but another way of looking at it is that they have a deep, rich bench.
Branstad said: “I’m trying to be truly a good host in welcoming all candidates”.
“You can’t take this woman down”, Palmieri said.
Friday night, she joked about the email server, sayingshe’d opened a Snapchat account, and “I love it. Those messages disappear all by themselves”.
“This isn’t the campaign Chuck ran for Rick”, said Iowa Agriculture Secretary Bill Northey, a Republican who is staying neutral in the GOP primary, after warmly bumping into Laudner at the fair.
He said some minorities won’t consider Carson because of the party, but he also offered criticism of the Democratic Party.