The former Montana governor loves an audience, and for a while, he had one. How Schweitzer for President was built and broken.
The odds aren’t great against Hillary Clinton, but the Democratic governor from Maryland is doing the actual things people do before running for president: donors, new policies, campaign travel, distance from Obama. “I think people are going to be surprised at the amount of time he does this.”
The potential presidential candidate appeared on This Morning and found herself in serious discussions with Rylan. No idea what’s happening here.
“But as Iowans, we need to see that connection in action … We’d suggest sooner rather than later this time,” the second-largest paper in Iowa writes.
“They depend on government because they’re not depending on their husbands.”
They turned out fine, so will you. (Not that you’re going to fail. I REPEAT, YOU ARE NOT GOING TO FAIL.)
To be a grandparent. Clinton delivered the video message to Democrats at event in Des Moines Friday to honor retiring Democratic Sen. Tom Harkin.
He says he doesn’t want to talk about it, but 2016 is coming. Prominent Latinos and immigration advocates see a record they like.
She has been talking a lot about hard choices lately.
Hard Choices sells 85,721 hard copies, according to Nielsen figures. The book topped the nonfiction list, but fell short to a sci-fi romance novel overall.
From the Snow Queen Elsa to the Flying Dutchman. Seventy-two percent of the columns are “negative,” says Media Matters, which read them all.
Ready for Hillary fundraises in London, Paris, and Geneva.
Hard Choices sells 24,000 copies in its first week through B&N.
“Does anyone have a good phone number” for the former secretary of state? Staff for Rep. Steve Cohen are asking every Democrat on Capitol Hill. Update: Cohen’s office says the email is run-of-the-mill.
The former secretary of state and possible presidential hopeful has yet to comment on the Veteran Affairs clinic scandal.
As the political world gears up for Clinton’s big book tour, questions remain about the message behind the machine. “I don’t really know what she’ll run on.”
Memorial Day in Chappaqua. Getting in shape for…something.
These should come in handy.
Not to be confused with Correct the Record, David Brock’s group.
“She works out every week. She is strong. She is doing great.”
The Fox News contributor attempts to explain comments he made about former Secretary of State’s health.
“I do not believe that there is any reason for it to continue in this way.”
Publishing sources cast doubt on Ed Klein’s reporting. “I can imagine why some folks in New York might be uncomfortable with some of the revelations in the book, but we are not,” says Regnery’s president, Marji Ross.
The former secretary made a rare personal speech about her family and faith in front of 7,000 Methodists on Saturday. Clinton framed her work at the State Department and Clinton Foundation as part of Methodism’s “call to service.”
SPOILER ALERT: Madonna IS NOT a guacamole fan.
Nova Bajamonti, 19, came out for the first time as undocumented in a question to Hillary Clinton, and the Clinton Foundation said it will try to help her. “Truthfully, there’s nothing to hide. That’s my status, it’s not who I am.”
“Is that somebody throwing something at me? Is that part of Cirque de Soleil?”