More than two-thirds of American voters say Hillary Clinton’s controversial email practices as secretary of state were either illegal or unethical, according to a new McClatchy-Marist poll.
PEOPLE magazine has injected itself into another Hillary Clinton scandal involving the candidate’s advanced age, a move that has reinforced the suspicions of critics who accuse the publication of pursuing a crypto right-wing agenda.
The latest scandal came to light after investigative reporter Matthew Drudge produced compelling evidence to suggest that Hillary Clinton, 68, wears a wig.
Barring a late surge from Bernie Sanders, the next Republican nominee is sure to confront questions about Hillary Clinton’s experience. Marco Rubio, for example, was asked during Tuesday night’s GOP debate why voters should trust him over an opposing candidate (Clinton) with such “an impressive resume.”
It was essentially a softball question, but instead of answering it, Rubio dissembled into stump speech rhetoric, while mentioning Clinton only in passing:
The Trump train kept on rolling Tuesday night at the Republican debate moderated by Fox Business. You might not have noticed, but the Donald won again. Sure, he didn’t exude the raw silverback dominance he did in prior contests, but Trump once again stood out as the only candidate with the virile intensity to restore American greatness.
The Washington Post reports that Hillary Clinton is “making gender a focus of her presidential bid” in 2016, mostly by accusing Bernie Sanders of being a sexist simpleton. And like basically every media outlet to report on the Clinton campaign’s “emphasis on gender,” the Post makes sure to point out that this represents a huge change compared to Hillary’s first (failed) run for president [emphasis added]:
Donald Trump’s new tome of political non-fiction, Crippled America, is galvanizing the intellectual loins of a once-great nation. It is a literary tour of force (French jargon is for losers) and contains multitudes of wonkish profundity. Here are some of the best lines:
Former Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has a genius plan to solve the foreign policy problems posed by Iran. In his latest book, Crippled America, Trump trashes the “terrible” nuclear agreement negotiated by the Obama administration, but is pessimistic about the possibility of reimposing sanctions on the Iranian regime. “Unfortunately, the deal is done,” he writes.