Yet they espouse out-of-date, out-of-touch policies. We expect them from some of the terrorist groups. We expect that from people who don’t want to live in the modern world, ” Clinton said in Cleveland.
One of their children was Joan Beaufort, whose descendants include Mrs. Clinton. Ohio is only the second non-early primary state she’s targeted with such efforts. It buoyed her, though she ultimately lost to Barack Obama. “I will certainly be happy to meet with you later, but I am going to keep talking”, Clinton reportedly responded. “He should be alive”, she said, before launching into a discussion about race that has bubbled in intensity over the past year as stories of unarmed black men – or children, as in the case of Rice – getting killed by police across the country have been widely publicized.
Her pointed attack comes as Republican candidates continue to enthusiastically power the Defund Planned Parenthood train, which would deny millions of women a variety of reproductive health services.
A new poll from Quinnipiac University released Thursday showed her still with a broad lead against her opponents, but with her lowest number among Democrats in any national poll this cycle, 45 percent. In Ohio, 54 percent of voters polled had an unfavorable opinion of Clinton.
According to a report in Extra TV, genealogy experts say Donald Trump and Hillary Rodham Clinton – the front-runners for the Republican and Democratic presidential nomination – share a common ancestor from England 18 generations ago.
Bush said in a Tweet that the remarks were a sign of Clinton’s misplaced priorities. That should discourage Biden, he said.
Clinton’s accusation against Republicans’ stance on women’s health is not rare.
The crowd said nothing, and she squinted.
“She was right out there, very dynamic and had that zest in her, fire in her belly”, Oakar said.