Clinton submits answers under penalty of perjury in email lawsuit

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Thursday submitted written answers under penalty of perjury in a lawsuit about her use of a private email server while secretary of State, Politico reported. In the answers, submitted to conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch, the Democratic nominee wrote 20 times she didn’t recall the information that was requested, according to Politico. “Secretary Clinton […]

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Clinton sees new opportunities to woo Republicans in Trump’s troubles

A buoyant Hillary Clinton promised Monday to give Americans “something to vote for, not just something to vote against,” but made clear that Democrats see new opportunity to press the case against Republican Donald Trump in the final four weeks of the election contest. Riding high as Republicans sank into a historic internal crisis over Trump’s behavior, Clinton strode into […]

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Hillary Clinton Stays Quiet as Donald Trump’s Campaign Burns

In the deafening roar that blew across television networks, front-page newspapers and Americans’ kitchen table conversations after the release of a recording of Donald Trump bragging about groping women, one voice was noticeably silent: Hillary Clinton. In the hours after the video broke, pundits yelled the word “p—y” on television. A rock-ribbed Republican governor and GOP members of Congress from […]

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Clinton’s campaign manager says early voters could give her lead

Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager predicted record turnout for the 2016 election — and said high early voting numbers could give his boss an “insurmountable” advantage in some key battleground states. Robby Mook told reporters on a Thursday conference call that he felt good about early-voting numbers, arguing early indicators showed key Democratic voting groups — especially Hispanics but also African-Americans […]

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Clinton debate prep is focused on what happens once the debate is done

Sen. Tim Kaine may have awakened Wednesday to poor reviews after the first and only vice-presidential debate, but his acerbic performance in Farmville, Va., revealed that the Clinton campaign’s strategy for these debates extends far beyond the stage. Armed with pre-planned Web videos, television ads and tweets, the campaign has used key debate moments this week and last as a […]

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Clinton comments on Sanders supporters in leaked recording

A leaked audio recording of Hillary Clinton at a February fundraiser shows the Democratic presidential candidate had once painted a wide swath of Bernie Sanders supporters as idealists “new to politics completely” who are “living in their parents’ basement” — though she stressed at the time the need to understand their frustrations with the economy. “They’re children of the Great […]

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Clinton feels the pressure

Hillary Clinton is feeling the pressure in the race for the White House – even after a strong night in the first 2016 presidential debate. Clinton has a huge staff advantage over Donald Trump, which should help her turn out supporters this fall. The Electoral College is tilted in her favor, and demographics are moving in the Democratic Party’s direction. […]

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How Hillary Clinton Went From Hesitant to Scorching

It started with a mystifying missed opportunity on race. It ended with a piercing attack on gender. Hillary Clinton’s performance in the first presidential debate on Monday veered from uncertain and tentative to firm and, ultimately, scorching. No amount of practice, it seemed, could fully prepare her — or perhaps anyone — for Donald J. Trump’s hurricane of factual distortion, […]

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