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Hillary Clinton: Gun violence, climate change are 'real national emergencies'
Hillary Clinton said Monday that the “real national emergencies” threatening the U.S. include gun violence and climate change, not illegal immigration. The former secretary of state and twice-failed presidential candidate made the comment in a tweet three days after President Trump declared a nation
Jenna Bush Hager Sends Love After Bill Clinton Remembers Her Grandparents in Throwback Photo: 'My Dear Friends'
Former President Bill Clinton shared a sweet throwback image in honor of his predecessor for President’s Day — and the gesture wasn’t missed by Jenna Bush Hager. Clinton, 72, first shared a photo of him and wife Hillary Clinton walking with Former President George H. W. Bush and his wife, Barbara Bu
If moderates are absent, 'this will be Bernie Sanders’ party’: Matthew Continetti
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., who on Tuesday announced his candidacy for president, will leave a lasting impact win or lose, Matthew Continetti, the editor of the Washington Free Beacon, said.
Odds are Bernie Sanders won't be our next president—But he could keep Trump in office for another 4 years
In 2016, Sen. Bernie Sanders’ unlikely quest for the Democratic presidential nomination electrified the nation. He was anti-establishment, nothing like your typical candidate and promised dramatic change.
DAYUM! Katie Pavlich drops the mother of all #PresidentsDay mics on a ‘national emergency’-triggered Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton got in on the criticism of President Trump for declaring a national emergency at the border with a tweet this afternoon:. Considering what holiday it is, the timing couldn’t have been better for Katie Pavlich:
Here's the worst thing Donald Trump said to Andrew McCabe
(CNN)You can debate whether acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe did the right thing when he authorized a counterintelligence investigation into whether President Donald Trump was acting at the behest of Russians. Or whether he was rightly admonished by the inspector general for his conversations about
Trump: I never called McCabe's wife a 'loser'
President Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that he never called Andrew McCabe's wife a "loser," attempting to rebut the account of the former FBI deputy director, who said the president used the term to describe his wife over her failed campaign for Virginia's state Legislature.
Trump denies calling Andrew McCabe's wife ‘a loser’
President Trump on Tuesday denied telling Andrew McCabe his wife is “a loser” because of her unsuccessful Democratic run for the Virginia state Senate in 2015, an allegation the former FBI deputy director made during his anti-Trump book tour.
The calendar is shifting Democratic influence in 2020 to voters of color
(CNN)As in every recent Democrat primary race, the 2020 contest will begin in two virtually all-white states, with the Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primary in early February. But after that the next month of the primary calendar is dominated by states across the Sun Belt where non-white voters comp
Bernie Sanders has highest first-day fundraising of any 2020 candidate
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Latest on Sen. Bernie Sanders’ announcement that he is running for president in 2020 (all times local):. Bernie Sanders’ campaign says he has raised more than $4 million in the 12 hours since announcing his 2020 presidential campaign.
This time around, Bernie Sanders has a tougher sale: himself
WASHINGTON — This time, Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign has to be about Bernie Sanders — and that will be his greatest challenge. When he decided to run for the Democratic nomination in 2016, the iconoclastic independent senator from Vermont told friends that he wanted to make sure a progressi
Bernie Sanders’ presidential candidacy will further fracture Democratic Party
Sen. Bernie Sanders, the independent from Vermont who labels himself a democratic socialist, announced Tuesday that he is running for the Democratic presidential nomination again.
Bernie Sanders announces he's running for president again in 2020
Sen. Bernie Sanders on Tuesday announced he's running for president in 2020. Sanders' 2016 presidential campaign made him a household name, despite the fact he ultimately lost to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Trump: 'I like Bernie' but he may have missed his shot
President Donald Trump welcomed Sen. Bernie Sanders into the 2020 fray Tuesday, telling reporters the Vermont independent may have “missed his time” after being defeated by Hillary Clinton in 2016.
President Trump called ex-FBI director Andrew McCabe’s wife a ‘loser’ and mocked her failed Clinton ally-backed State Senate bid
Former acting director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, claims Donald Trump branded his wife a 'loser' during a phone conversation. In an explosive expose on 60 Minutes, McCabe recalled a bizarre exchange he held with the 45th President of the United States, alleging Trump had asked him 'What was it like
Trump says he never told McCabe his wife was 'a loser'
President Trump on Tuesday denied telling Andrew McCabe that his wife was "a loser," the latest barb in the ongoing spat with the former FBI deputy director. "I never said anything bad about Andrew McCabe’s wife other than she (they) should not have taken large amounts of campaign money from a Crook
Bernie Sanders announces 2020 presidential campaign, vows to 'complete' the socialist 'revolution' he began in 2016
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who lost his bid for the Democratic nomination to Hillary Clinton in 2016, has announced that he will be running for president in 2020. "Together, you and I and our 2016 campaign began the political revolution. Now, it is time to complete that revolution and implement th
Trump has publicly criticized Russia probe more than 1,100 times: NY Times
President Trump has publicly criticized the investigations into possible collusion between his campaign and Russia — as well as dozens of related individuals and groups — more than 1,100 times since his inauguration, according to a new analysis.
Sanders hauls in $6 million during first 24 hours as a 2020 candidate
Sen. Bernie Sanders has raised nearly $6 million since launching his 2020 bid for the White House -- a day ago. The independent senator from Vermont’s presidential campaign announced Wednesday morning that they received an eye-popping $5.9 million in contributions in the 24 hours since 7 a.m. Tuesda
Bernie Sanders Enters 2020 Presidential Race
Bernie Sanders has announced that he will run for President again in 2020. The 77-year-old Vermont senator, who lost the Democratic presidential nomination to Hillary Clinton in 2016, is very popular among millennials for his progressive ideas.