Category Archives: Hillary in the News

CNYCentral.com: Sen. Schumer endorses Hillary Clinton for president

Source - CNYCentral.com – Associated Press Democratic Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York is urging his former Senate colleague, Hillary Rodham Clinton, to run for president. In fact, he’s already endorsing her. In remarks prepared for a Democratic Party dinner Saturday night in Des Moines, Iowa, the New York Democrat says that 2016, in his words,

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Daily Herald: Reasons Hillary Clinton shouldn’t be president

Daily Herald – 11/2/13 This is in response to a letter from Jim Peterson (“Hillary Clinton should be the next president,” Oct. 17). 1) The writer mentions no specific accomplishments. There aren’t any. 2) There is, however, one major disaster during her stint as secretary of state — Benghazi. 3) Mrs. Clinton showed complete and

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Fox: Book: Obama Camp Mulled Dumping Joe Biden For Hillary Clinton

Source - Fox – Byron Tau and Jose Delreal – 11/01/13 Top Barack Obama campaign aides considered replacing Vice President Joe Biden with Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the 2012 Democratic ticket, going so far as to test the shake up in polls and focus groups, according to a new book. The bombshell details are

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Fox: Poll: Hillary Clinton Approval Sinks

Source - Fox – Lucy McCalmont – 11/1/13 Hillary Clinton, in addition to President Barack Obama, is facing declining approval numbers, a poll shows. Clinton has lost a majority of public approval dropping to 46 percent approval from 56 percent in April, according to the NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey released Wednesday. Thirty-three percent have a

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Daily News: Ghosts of Hillary’s past, present and future

Source - Daily News – S. E. Cupp – 10/30/13 Will he be in her way? While only she knows for certain if she’s running for President in 2016, it sure seems like Hillary Clinton is laying the groundwork for another go at it. After leaving the State Department, she’s hardly rested at all, making public appearances and

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CNN: What’s really behind Hillary Clinton’s latest wave of speeches?

Source - CNN - Erin McPike – 10/27/13 Three speeches, three days. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is starting to look a lot like someone who is picking up the pace of a presidential campaign — complete with the perks and the challenges that come with it. On Wednesday, she spoke to the University of Buffalo.

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The Atlantic: Meet the New Hillary

Source - The Atlantic – Molly Ball – 10/22/13 FALLS CHURCH, Virginia — On Saturday, Hillary Clinton was a campaigner again. It had been five years since the former secretary of state last took to the stump when she appeared here on behalf of her former fundraiser and presidential campaign chairman, Terry McAuliffe, who is the

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MassLive: Editorial: Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz posturing for 2016 campaign?

Source - MassLive – 10/22/13 If you think the 2016 presidential campaign isn’t really so far off into the future, what with the political parties finalizing the dates of their nominating contests, the constant acceleration of all things political in our era, the off-year elections soon enough to be the focus of most everyone in Washington,

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NY1: De Blasio Cashes In Big On Clinton Fundraiser

Source - NY1 - Grace Rauh – 10/22/13 Mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio pulled in more than $1 million Monday at a fundraiser hosted by Hillary Clinton as he and his supporters continue to ride high heading into the final two weeks before the election. NY1′s Grace Rauh filed the following report. Democrat Bill de Blasio is

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The Daily Beast: Hillary Clinton Vs. the GOP Boys’ Club: Fighting for the Female Vote

Source - Lloyd Green – The Daily Beast – 10/21/13 For the first time in five years, Hillary Rodham Clinton was back on the campaign trail this past weekend, plugging away for Virginia Democratic gubernatorial nominee and long-time Clinton ally Terry McAuliffe at a “Women for Terry” gathering. Clinton spoke about “common sense and common ground,”

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