And the conversation is much more positive, too, after hitting a rough patch during news about foreign donations and personal email. Rubio, meanwhile, gets a big boost.
The Florida senator made his much-anticipated run official Monday.
“I’m getting ready to do something too: I’m running for president,” Clinton announced in a campaign video.
Enthusiasm for Bush wasn’t super high on Facebook last week. And compared to other contenders like Walker and Rand, the sentiment for Bush has generally been lower all year.
What the conversation looks like about Gov. Mike Pence: Split and extremely active. There were 1 million interactions in Indiana alone.
Sen. Robert Menendez has been the subject of a federal investigation stemming from his relationship with a campaign donor.
Mike Pence is navigating a big public reaction to his state’s Religious Freedom Restoration Act, which he just signed into law.
“We learned today, from her attorney, Secretary Clinton unilaterally decided to wipe her server clean and permanently delete all emails from her personal server,” says Rep. Trey Gowdy.
The perfect time for a Lincoln reference: your farewell speech after resigning from Congress amid a scandal over reimbursement of miles not traveled on a Chevy Tahoe.
“I’m the only one that beats Hillary Clinton in certain purple states.”
First, Mike Huckabee. Then the world.
A lot of reporters and campaigns are suddenly obsessed with Meerkat, the new livestreaming app. They are forgetting that a lot of politics is pretty boring.
“Secretary Clinton was also not issued a State Department Blackberry and that wasn’t a requirement — no one is required to be issued a State Department Blackberry,” State spokeswoman says.
Data shared by Facebook exclusively with BuzzFeed News shows more people talking about Hillary Clinton after the email scandal hit. But even before the news broke, the tone had changed.
The White House says the president did email with Clinton during her time in office, but he was unaware of that she used the personal account exclusively and housed it on a private server.
The president refrains from criticizing Clinton’s personal email usage, but tells CBS News he’s “glad that Hillary’s instructed that those emails about official business need to be disclosed.”
The New Jersey Democrat is expected to be indicted on corruption charges stemming from his relationship with a major donor and Florida ophthalmologist.
And no questions meant to “divide on religious grounds.” The radio show host, who will be a part of CNN’s debate, says foreign policy should come first in an interview with radio host Aaron Klein.
Wisconsin’s governor understands how the media works, as he illustrates in a new book from Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham. (Except occasionally when he doesn’t.)
Chris Christie still won’t play in Santa Monica. But he might catch measles there.