“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 man behind Clinton’s campaign fundraising will run a very different kind of operation from Clinton 2008 and Obama 2012. New names, no general election money upfront, and a tightly controlled structure that directly reports to him.
“She has agreed to join us for dinner.”
While Ted Cruz announced his bid on Monday, Clinton was offering some of her most thorough (and progressive) policy remarks in recent months, surrounded by key Democratic stakeholders.
Immigration activist leaders signed on to MoveOn.org’s “Run Warren Run” initiative calling for a credible challenge to Clinton. Other groups are said to be mulling signing on in the coming weeks.
Details of Clinton’s emails released Monday show that some of her aides’ messages about Benghazi came from their personal email accounts, the New York Times reported. Clinton earlier said the “vast majority” of her emails were sent to official accounts at the State Department so the records would be “captured and preserved.”
Paul is attacking Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation for accepting foreign donations from Saudi Arabia and other countries.
“There’s a war on women and it’s in Saudi Arabia, and frankly you can be raped in Saudi Arabia and then publicly lashed for inappropriately being in a car with a man.”
It was a speech to camp professionals under neon lights in Atlantic City.
“This is about winning elections,” Democratic donor and Inclusv co-founder Steve Phillips told BuzzFeed News.
Did the U.S. really do “what Chen said he wanted every step of the way”? Chen Guangcheng says no, in an interview with BuzzFeed News.
Well, that’s one way to try and get her to run.
A group of top Democrats are getting Hillary Clinton ready for 2016 — and working for free until the launch of a campaign.
“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.
The new report from the department’s Office of the Inspector General comes amid criticism of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Senior Capitol Hill aides say the Clinton camp has not made a coordinated outreach effort to brief Democrats on how to handle questions or defend Clinton.
“They have nothing to do with work. I didn’t see any reason to keep them.” For the first time, the former secretary of state answers questions about the process for selecting 30,000 work-related emails to the State Department.
“She’s going to have a lot to answer for,” the Louisiana governor tells BuzzFeed News.
No answer to the hardest email question. And nobody’s having any fun.
Clinton, after speaking at the United Nations, addressed the controversy of her use of a personal email address while she was secretary of state, saying, “Looking back, it would have been probably smarter to have used two devices.”
“They never trusted anybody” at State, one former State Department official said of the former secretary. Clinton’s spokesman dismisses the idea that she and her staff were insular.
The former first daughter also said she doesn’t always take her mother’s baby advice.
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.
“I don’t know what that makes me,” Graham said on Meet the Press.
Saturday Night Live responded brilliantly to Clinton’s email scandal with a skit featuring Kate McKinnon.
“There is the question of whether or not if she has those emails on a personal email and they’re talking about secure subjects, whether that’s actually compromised.”
The former secretary of state said late Wednesday that she’s asked the State Department to release her emails. But questions remain about how those emails were selected to be sent to State — and what might have been left out.
“I want the public to see my email,” the former secretary of state said in a tweet.
The progressive champion weighs running for president. “The situation is fairly dismal.”