Clinton suggested that Obama should have reached a decision on Keystone by now, or at least, so she expected.
“I think what will matter a year from now is how each candidate stood on the stage and said they would cut Planned Parenthood“, Palmieri said. “That would be a very, very unfortunate decision”.
“I understand that the Republican Party and particularly the candidates we heard from last night wish that abortion were illegal and they could turn back the clock”, Clinton said.
But, unless Biden throws his hat in, “I still don’t see any fundamental change in the structure of this race, ” said Marshall.
“It might be entertaining for some but it’s not going to be good for America“, Clinton said at a Concord Boys and Girls Club.
She explained the delay Thursday, saying, “I was trying to explain what had happened, and obviously it was clear that I should have used two different email accounts. I’m going to tell you what I think soon”.
Clinton criticized the GOP’s willingness to shut down the government over federal funding of Planned Parenthood.
The statements are references to undercover video of a Planned Parent senior official discussing the disposal of aborted fetuses.
For now, they say, the message within the campaign remains the same: Continue with the plan as planned – and don’t engage.
Though Clinton has offered detailed policies and stances on a variety of issues, the survey said after interviewing about 750 Americans the word “email” or relevant expressions dominate voters’ recall of news about Clinton. “I hope I will be so brilliant, so eloquent and so high energy that you sign up for the caucuses in February and get ten other people to do the same”.
Clinton, 35, told a gathering Tuesday night at a Barnes & Noble in New York that her immediate priorities were the book, the Clinton Foundation and her family, including husband Marc Mezvinsky (who attended the Tuesday event) and daughter Charlotte.
Twitter favorite Bernie Sanders also demanded an apology.
Bloomberg Politics host Mark Halperin said on MSNBC’s Morning Joe that the Hillary Clinton campaign was engaging in “McCarthyite tactics” in their attacks against upstart Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.
Bernie Sanders left Hillary Clinton in the dust on Twitter during the GOP debates. Politicians can not possibly know a woman’s circumstance unless s/he has walked in her shoes.
Clinton also declined to call for more Democratic debates, telling CNN’s Wolf Blitzer that it was the DNC’s prerogative.