President Obama’s recent trip to Kenya and Ethiopia ran taxpayers roughly $6 million on roundtrip air transportation alone.
Hillary Clinton “greatest weakness,” she said in a recent interview with the online newsletter The Skimm, is that there are too many stupid people who don’t understand why Hillary Clinton should be president:
The Wall Street Journal reports on yet another shady connection between Hillary Clinton, a major foreign corporation, and the Clinton Foundation. Here is the gist:
The five classified emails contained on Hillary Clinton’s private email system contained information from five separate U.S. intelligence agencies.
A federal judge blasted the State Department during a court hearing Wednesday about the government agency’s lack of response to Freedom of Information Act requests having to do with documents from Hillary Clinton and her staff.
Planned Parenthood lobbied the Department of State many times during Hillary Clinton’s tenure there and received tens of millions of dollars from foreign policy agencies over the past few years.
Hillary Clinton has a hard time giving a straight answers to questions on the campaign trail, and is hesitant to take a firm position on even the more trivial of issues. For example:
In the process of explaining her greatest weakness to a popular online newsletter, Hillary Clinton paraphrased Republican frontrunner Donald Trump’s ubiquitous campaign slogan:
Hillary Clinton’s greatest strength, the candidate explained in an interview with the morning newsletter The Skimm, is her “passionate commitment to helping people.” The passion was on display in 2009, for example, when Clinton personally intervened to help Swiss bank UBS settle a lawsuit with the IRS and thus protect the identities of tens of thousands of Americans who may or may not be evading U.S. taxes through Swiss bank accounts.
Clinton was also asked about her greatest weakness. Here’s what she said:
Strong majorities of American voters rate Hillary Clinton as not trustworthy and unconcerned about their needs and problems just as the Democratic presidential candidate continues to battle her months-long private email scandal.