Tag: Hillary Clinton

The IG FBI Report: Actions Have Consequences

The Department of Justice Inspector General’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton server and e-mail investigation was released Thursday. Inspector General Michael Horowitz found that although then FBI Director James Comey had deviated from FBI protocol, it was done without political bias. Thursday’s report said that Comey’s move to hold a press …

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The Russian Connection: Comey Still Doesn’t Get It

In a Beat special report, MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent and host of “The Beat,” Ari Melber breaks down why Former FBI Director James Comey’s new book doubles down on major mistakes from 2016, including his handling of the Clinton probe, why Comey clearly doesn’t get it – and is plowing into new mistakes in his …

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The Russian Connection: Session’s Non-Recusal Recusal

After having to admit that he had contact the Russian Ambassador to the US during the Trump campaign, The US Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III recused himself from any investigation into charges that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election. He issued the following statement on March 2, 2017: “During the course of the …

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America Didn’t Listen. Here We Are Now

Hillary Rhodman Clinton was right but like Cassandra, America didn’t listen to the truth about Donald Trump. This is a speech she gave in Reno, NV last year. Every word she said about Trump in that speech was true and is now playing out not just in the US but around the world, for all …

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Real Life Imitates Art

Steve Benen over at Maddow Blog, notes that there are plenty of television and cable programs that depict life in the White House that makes the viewers wonder which one is closest to realty. He thinks it may be HBO’s “Veep” staring Julia Louis Dreyfus. Unfortunately, this White House is imitating art. According to the …

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2016 Election: Second Presidential Debate

Tonight’s second presidential debate between Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump will take place tonght. It’s being held at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri beginning at 9 PM ET. The moderators are CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Raddatz. it is in a town hall format with questions submitted by citizen participants …

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Aren’t You Glad You Went To Bed Last Night?

I suspect much of the right wing word and the #NeverHillary haters stayed up a dn stayed tune to the internet last last night to hear Wkikleaks founder Julian Assange’s big October Surprise. It was announced yesterday the Assange would reveal to the world information that would destroy Hillary Clinton and her bid for the …

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The Late Night Pundits Assess The First Presidential Debate

Two of the late night show hosts, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers, assessed the first debate between presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Scandal v SCANDAL

We are now six weeks from the end of the silly season known as the 2016 Presidential Election, an election that even the most seasoned politicians and pundits say they have never seen this absurd. Both candidates have a “likability” and credibility problem with the public and each of them has their share of scandals. …

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About That Basket Of Deplorables

Last week while speaking at the LGBT for Hillary Gala in New York City, Hillary Clinton called out some Trump supporters saying that half of Trump’s supporters belong in a “basket of deplorables.” She was pointing out in her speech that Trump’s supporters were “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamaphobic.” The next day, after criticism from …

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Trump Child Care: Good For The Rich; Screw The Poor; Then Lie

The United States is the only industrialized country that does not have guaranteed paid maternity leave (pdf) and invests less of its GDP on child care and early childhood educations than 32 other industrialized countries around the world. The lack of programs to assist working class mothers and fathers has not been a very high …

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Hillary Clinton Accepts Nomination To Be President

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton accepted the nomination od the Democratic Party to be the first woman President of the Untied States. Introduced by her daughter, Chelsea, she strode out onto the stage to deliver a strong, positive speech about who she is and what she would do for America as its president. At …

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