Clinton announced her vice presidential decision in a text message to supporters late on Friday afternoon. Kaine then joined her on Saturday at a campaign rally in Miami.
“We had a revolution to make sure we didn’t have someone who said, I can fix it alone.”
“I know the governor could call a hurried special session, get the legislature to Columbus, like, tonight or tomorrow and do this.”
A Senate campaign in 2013 left the Newark media darling badly burned when stories he’d been telling for years suddenly came under question. Three years later, Cory Booker operates with a new set of rules.
Two years ago, when they campaigned together, the Massachusetts senator barely mentioned Clinton. On Monday, she was Clinton’s biggest fan and her most valuable voice against Trump. “That was fun!”
His campaign will organize an event for a New York congressional candidate on Friday — renting the space, building the crowd, and promoting the rally.
Clinton shrugs off another spate of personal hits from Trump, who said earlier this week that there was “nothing out there” about Clinton’s (Methodist) faith.
“There will clearly be some changes and what the Clinton Foundation does and how we do it. And we’ll have to cross that bridge when we come to it.”
What America should be looking toward, she said on Tuesday in a speech aimed forcefully at Trump, is the spirit of a letter written by George H.W. Bush in 1993.
Hillary Clinton didn’t say Donald Trump’s name on Monday — emphasizing gun control and plans for combating ISIS instead — but the implicit contrast was clear.
The campaign is adding three staffers, including one from Bernie Sanders’ campaign, to launch a new “millennial engagement” program.
The first woman to be a major party’s presidential nominee has had a complicated relationship with her gender and politics. On Tuesday, her victory speech made it a centerpiece.
Enough superdelegates have committed to her ahead of Tuesday’s primaries, the Associated Press and others reported on Monday night.
At nearly every stop since, voters have given Clinton massive applause at the mere mention of the speech — giving some renewed clarity to the campaign.
Clinton’s campaign has been criticized by an advocacy group in recent weeks for not responding to a survey about trans policy.
John Podesta sent hundreds of top Clinton supporters a memo over the weekend following the critical IG report on the former secretary of state’s email setup.
“You have cherry-picked facts, which contradict the truth.”
Neither Bernie Sanders nor Hillary Clinton are all that interested in exposing the growing rift over Israel policy within the Democratic Party at the party’s national convention in July. But a compromise deal aimed at taking the Democratic primary down a notch in Philadelphia could make the Israel split big news.
“There will be a lot of wannabes who think they have all the answers,” a senior Sanders adviser says.
Campaigning in North Dakota on Friday, the former president offered an assessment of Republican criticism of Hillary Clinton: “They try to sucker-punch the rest of us into nominating people they think they can really devour.”