The first ladies emphasized values — focused on children — at their first joint appearance. “With every action we take, with every word we utter, we think about the millions of children who are watching us.”
Because of a federal salary cap, hundreds of federal agents won’t be paid for months of overtime hours they worked during a historically demanding election year.
The Senate Democrats’ political arm recently shared talking points with the Clinton campaign so she can amplify each candidate’s closing message, and, in certain states, she’s using them.
“On Nov. 8, we nasty women are gonna walk our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.”
The campaign on Friday secured the endorsement of Navajo Nation president Russell Begaye. About 100,000 Nation members live in Arizona.
The acquisition would be one of the largest media deals of all time — if Washington allows it.
After months of refraining from criticizing Senate Republicans — a disciplined messaging effort designed to refrain from alienating potential independent or Republican voters — Hillary Clinton sharply critiqued Pat Toomey on Saturday.
Last week, as Democrats are eyeing bigger congressional gains, President Obama did what Hillary Clinton hasn’t for months: argue that Donald Trump is a product of Republican actions. Even as her own campaign signals tougher talk, Clinton hasn’t so far engaged.
Hillary Clinton’s running mate attributed Donald Trump’s claims in recent days that the election is rigged against him to Trump knowing that he’s losing the election.
As a growing list of sexual misconduct claims against her opponent dominates the news, Hillary Clinton has adopted a limited response: to talk about others’ reactions to Trump.
The Clinton campaign chairman told reporters on Tuesday night that he believes “there’s at least a reasonable belief that Mr. Assange may have passed this information onto” Roger Stone, the former Trump campaign official and longtime associate.
During a debate that capped off an intense and volatile 48-hour period in American politics, Clinton largely stayed steady.
It’s no accident that Hillary Clinton throws obscure facts, names, and comments at opponents during debates. She loves opposition research. She delights in it, personally reading every detail and methodically storing it away — part of what makes Clinton, whether in debates, or day to day on the campaign trail, “obsessive” when it comes to being prepared.
Clinton’s paid speeches to Goldman Sachs and other financial firms were a point of contention during this year’s primary. A hacked email to campaign chairman John Podesta, made public Friday, appears to show excerpts Clinton’s research team flagged internally, including remarks she made about Wall Street and trade policy.
Rep. Tim Ryan introduced Bill Clinton on Wednesday morning with an intense message.
The Clinton campaign overhauled the tech from the 2014 midterms to gather much more precise data about potential new voters, just one part of its robust field operation. On Tuesday, they registered 64,000 voters.
A handful of former Republican officials who support Hillary Clinton tried to explain why others in their party support Donald Trump on a campaign conference call with reporters.
It’s hard to remember now, but Hillary Clinton once cast Donald Trump as a product of the same old Republican extremism Democrats always talk about. Four months ago, her campaign blew it all up, arguing that Trump isn’t like any other Republican, distancing policy and partisanship from Clinton’s message, and dragging Democrats along.
The candidate has struggled to gain the enthusiastic support of voters under 30.
The Democratic nominee defended President Obama’s legacy and spoke about his character on Saturday night.