As the Clinton Foundation draws scrutiny on multiple fronts, Clinton avoided the obvious. But she took her signature issue, women’s participation, and turned it into a notably all-encompassing, political speech — touching on everything from Loretta Lynch to transgender discrimination.
The delicate dance between the candidate and the president has been, so far, surprisingly smooth. But Clinton will have to hang on through Obama’s YOLO period.
Clinton also criticized Calvin Klein and promised to become “computer-competent” in a series of syndicated columns that ran from 1995 to 2000.
“…she’ll just say they’re trying to pick on me because I’m a woman or because they’re conservatives and they hate me and my husband.”
“Now, who could fit that bill— Why, wouldn’t it be Hillary?” In 1968, some Wellesley freshmen literally wrote an entire song to the tune of “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly” from My Fair Lady about Hillary Clinton.
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Hillary Clinton calls for “concentrated policy” on local, state, and national levels. “This is not something we can just brush under the rug and wish it would go away.”
“We will be subjected to all kinds of distractions and attacks, and I’m ready for that,” Clinton told reporters on Monday of an upcoming book that looks at money and her family’s foundation. She did not address the allegations specifically.
Clinton is avoiding large settings on the trail — and in her fundraising. She will appear at “Hillstarter” events this month, likely in private homes, in New York in Washington.
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 progressives don’t really know what they’re doing, but they’re doing a lot of it. Update: Bill de Blasio’s campaign says it didn’t troll Hillary Clinton on Twitter.
Elle avait déjà tenté sa chance en 2007 face à Barack Obama avant d’être de nouveau candidate pour 2016. Et à l’époque, le monde était radicalement différent d’aujourd’hui.
Clinton’s political director Amanda Renteria reached out to the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to set up meetings with Latino business owners in early states, BuzzFeed News has learned.
Hillary Clinton’s college days kick’s off this week’s #ThowBackThursday.
The former governor of Maryland implies Hillary Clinton might be changing positions based on polls.
“If we’re going to stand up for LGBT rights around the world we need to stand up for our own American diplomats and their families,” an LGBT employee organization leader says.
“Her grandparents always spoke about the immigrant experience and, as a result she has always thought of them as immigrants,” a spokesperson says. “As has been correctly pointed out, while her grandfather was an immigrant, it appears that Hillary’s grandmother was born shortly after her parents and siblings arrived in the U.S. in the early 1880s.”
A campaign video that the soon-to-be-married couple didn’t actually know they would appear in. But Hillary is invited to the wedding.
“I’m in, and I’m in to win.”
Update: After initial publication of this report, Clinton’s staff provided BuzzFeed News with a statement on the issue.
No more Madam Secretary. In Iowa, a lot of thought goes into the smallest of details to project her new platform — “champion” for everyday people.
“I think personally the actual woman is a tyrannical, cruel, just a giant ego who doesn’t have any — she’s almost like a robot.”
Olivier, an Obama 2012 vet, will be based at campaign headquarters in New York.
Email asks from prominent women Democratic senators fail to rake in the big bucks in the opening hours of Hillary Clinton’s second presidential run.
A day after Hillary Clinton’s announcement, Villarreal joins political director Amanda Renteria as Latinos in top positions on the campaign, BuzzFeed News has learned.
He still might be crying.
From supporting the Defense of Marriage Act to Billie Jean King’s endorsement.
Like most people who use Facebook, Clinton’s timeline focused on her accomplishments rather than failures.