Hillary Clinton campaign alumni and other liberals furiously took to Twitter on Tuesday to vent their frustrations with the idea that Mitt Romney could run for the Senate in Utah, saying he should take up “knitting” instead.
Hillary Clinton campaign alumni relived a brutal election night as part of an oral history of Nov. 8, 2016, compiled by Esquire, showing they initially felt strong confidence that was soon replaced by the shock of losing to Donald Trump.
In a Friday tweet, CNN contributor and former Hillary Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon compared Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie to white supremacists.
The national press secretary for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign castigated John Kelly on Thursday after the White House chief of staff delivered an impassioned defense of President Donald Trump’s call this week to the widow of a slain soldier.
Current and former aides to Hillary Clinton ganged up on Anthony Bourdain on Twitter after Bourdain criticized Clinton for her delayed response to the sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein.
Hillary Clinton’s chief spokesperson during her 2016 presidential campaign called President Donald Trump a “racist” on Monday in response to his criticism of San Juan’s mayor.
The former spokesman for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign suggested Tuesday that Democratic California Sen. Dianne Feinstein could be primaried for comments about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
Former Hillary Clinton campaign press secretary Brian Fallon took a shot at the liberal news outlet the Young Turks on Tuesday.
Former Hillary Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon tweeted Wednesday that Democrats “erred” in their mocking of Mitt Romney in 2012 for calling Russia the nation’s top geopolitical foe.