The 2016 presidential is just 16 months away, so the political coverage is really heating up. Not really. Donald Trump is leading in the polls, and that’s all you really need to know. Also, nothing matters; everything is meaningless. Hillary Clinton is going to win. If you’re not overwhelmed with despair, you’ve haven’t been spending enough time …
Journeyman presidential candidate Hillary Clinton literally roped off the press during a Fourth of July parade in New Hampshire over the weekend.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign on Monday showed its commitment to transparency and positive relations with the press by denying access to designated pool reporter David Martosko of the Daily Mail:
Clinton campaign bars designated print pooler, Daily Mail’s David Martosko, from pooling events in NH today. No print pooler as of now.
— Peter Nicholas (@PeterNicholas3) June 15, 2015
Hillary Clinton has only answered eight questions from the press since announcing that she is running for president, and it’s been three weeks since she last talked to reporters. The Washington Post is counting every minute. Here are a few of the many individuals who have not been to afraid to speak to the media since April 21:
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is facing an array of scandals related to her family’s global charity operation, the Clinton Foundation, and its shady dealings with foreign governments and oligarchs. As a result, Republicans are criticizing her. Guess which angle the media find particularly fascinating?