A gum chewer, and a “limited pacer.” “Both of these points are minor, and we have no doubt will be eliminated as Prof. Rodham acquires more experience.”
Much-discussed documents in Jeffrey Epstein affair don’t live up to the hype.
Un an après être devenu le mot officiel de 2013, le « selfie » est maintenant officiellement entré dans les mœurs. Voici quelques-uns des plus remarquables de l’année 2014.
President Clinton hanging with Michelle Trachtenberg kicks off this week’s #Throwback Thursday.
“She would absolutely be my preference above Hillary.”
Villaraigosa says he didn’t know of code violations and would have fixed problems if he did. “Looks like shit,” neighbor says.
Clinton’s comments drew applause from the audience.
Talking about House Republicans’ immigration principles.
“Spunky Wellesley Grad Visits for Wedding Tonight.”
Asked about President Obama calling the IRS’ targeting of tea party groups a “phony scandal,” former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said, “Anytime the IRS is involved, for many people it’s a real scandal.” But Clinton also said there wasn’t evidence showing the scandal was deliberate, defending the president.
Speaking with Canadian television CBC’s in an interview about her new book Hard Choices, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reflected on a personal anecdote Vladimir Putin told her about his mother.
Thursday was the opening ceremony and dedication for the 9/11 Memorial Museum at the World Trade Center in New York City, which opens for the general public on May 21.
“I’m not making a comparison certainly, but I am recommending that we perhaps can learn from this tactic that has been used before.”
“The last time I actually drove a car myself was 1996,” Clinton said speaking at the New Orleans meeting of the National Automobile Dealers Association. Clinton called it a “regret” of having a public life, but joked the Secret Service remembers well the last time she drove.
2013: Year of the selfie. #Goodbye
The second-term curse is the Madden Curse of presidencies.
This is why everyone loves dealing with the Clinton press office.
The President is considering appointing Janet L. Yellen for President of the Federal Reserve, but the number of women in cabinet positions remains low.
“What Chuck Todd showed everybody is he’s like, ‘Yeah, we hate them.”
“The answer to this delicate security dilemma is neither blank checks nor blanket opposition.”
Truman. Shirtless! On a yacht. In Bermuda.
Steve Gunderson, a Republican Congressman was famously outed by another Republican member of Congress in a personal attack. “Why must we attack one element of our society for some cheap political gain? Why must we pursue the politics of division, of fear, and of hate,” Gunderson said in an impassioned speech against DOMA in 1996.