Senator Bernie Sanders criticized former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton as she said that Wall Street donations wouldn’t influence her decision-making. The Vermont senator argued that she shouldn’t “insult the intelligence of the American people.”
Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton can each claim a victory after New Hampshire and Iowa, where electorates were 90 percent white, but to win the next primary they’re also vying for the votes of South Carolina’s sizable African American community.
Hillary Clinton lost the New Hampshire primary vote, but her concession speech sounded like that of a winner, specifically the one who had just defeated her: Bernie Sanders. On the issues of big banks and campaign finance reform, the echo was clear.
Senator Rand Paul may be out of the GOP race, but his father, former Texas congressman Ron Paul, does not want libertarians shifting their support to Ted Cruz. The elder Paul said Cruz has “more in common” with Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Between Iran, North Korea, and Russia, Hillary Clinton and Senator Bernie Sanders disagreed about which was the “greatest threat” to America in the final Democratic debate before the New Hampshire primary.
For the first time, the State Department used the highest classification, “top secret,” to label emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server, prompting her presidential campaign downplay the significance three days before the Iowa caucuses.
In the final Republican presidential debate before next week’s votes in Iowa and New Hampshire, the top eight candidates, sans Donald Trump, tackled issues of foreign policy, immigration and military – but also, inevitably, Donald Trump.
Be it lead-poisoned water in Flint or crumbling schools in Detroit, political blame is turning to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R), who has overseen the transfer of power from local governments to appointed emergency managers tasked with saving money.