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Just How 'Responsible' a Choice Is Tim Kaine?

The Atlantic - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
Hillary Clinton, by contrast, has chosen a male version of herself. Like Clinton ... If Americans had valued it more highly in 2000, the United States would be in a better place today. But it's worth ... In 2008, she employed the same language to ...

Hillary Clinton has all kinds of policies — that's the problem as she seeks a ...

Los Angeles Times - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
The party will take the stage for its own presidential nominating convention in Philadelphia at a time Hillary Clinton would be breaking records for unlikability were she not outdone by Donald Trump.

Obama on Clinton: Qualified and tough but not 'flashy'

Politico - ‎vor 4 Stunden‎
President Barack Obama argues that Hillary Clinton is the most qualified candidate for president in history, but “flashy” isn't part of his case for her.

Branders-In-Chief: The Role Of Branding In The Clinton V. Trump Presidential ...

Forbes - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
In the 2016 primaries, the two leading presidential candidates—Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republicans Donald Trump—both have different positions that they are attempting to establish and own in the minds of consumers (i.

On Tim Kaine's Debut (Special-Edition Time Capsule #53) Trump Time Capsule ...

The Atlantic - ‎vor 19 Stunden‎
The same was true of Joe Biden, who had run against Barack Obama (and Hillary Clinton) for the nomination in 2008 before becoming Obama's running mate, and had run 20 years earlier too.

Obama: Trump's NATO Comments Show 'Lack of Preparedness' - ‎vor 2 Stunden‎
In contrast, Obama said that presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, who served as secretary of State in his first term, is supremely capable of taking over the reins of power in January.

Most North Texas Democrats are backing Hillary Clinton at convention

Fort Worth Star Telegram - ‎vor 1 Stunde‎
“She's just one of the best candidates who has ever run for president.” Durham and more than 250 other Texans are ready to serve as delegates at the national convention, where supporters of Clinton and fellow presidential candidate Bernie Sanders ...

Despite her many roles, Hillary Clinton still hard to define

Las Vegas Sun - ‎vor 9 Stunden‎
Think about it: Is any woman more recognizable on a global scale than Hillary Clinton? If Barack Obama was the presidential candidate who seemed to come out of nowhere, Clinton's the candidate who seemed to come out of everywhere. Americans first ...

Trump's Newest Ad Is So Fucking Weird

Daily Beast - ‎vor 13 Stunden‎
Compare this with Hillary Clinton's latest ad, called “Dear Donald Trump,” which features a collection of regular folk—a small child, some women and some men, all of varying ethnic backgrounds—lecturing the Republican candidate about how his ideas ...

Hillary risks being upstaged by rivals at her own convention

New York Post - ‎vor 16 Stunden‎
To compensate for her wishy-washy, flippy-floppy untruthiness, Clinton has loaded her lineup of convention speakers with political sluggers.

On eve of Hillary Clinton's nomination, a historic moment is overshadowed

The Mercury News - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
Although they didn't help Clinton enough in 2008, the 10 million more women than men who voted in the general election that year were a key factor to Obama's own historic victory.

Ed Rendell: How Clinton has improved as a candidate

Washington Examiner (blog) - ‎vor 14 Stunden‎
During an extensive interview with the Washington Examiner, Rendell explained how Hillary Clinton has evolved as a candidate, how Democrats should combat Donald Trump, the best way to ensure Pennsylvania turns blue in November and why America is still ...

For some SC women, Hillary is long overdue

The State (blog) - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
In February, 376,744 S.C. women voted in the state's Republican presidential primary, more than the total number of voters - men and women combined - that cast ballots in the state's Democratic primary, which Clinton won. ... Koonce supported Clinton's ...

Hillary Clinton's nomination to break long-standing barrier

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - ‎vor 17 Stunden‎
Nineteen-year-old Demetria Harmon will cast her first presidential ballot in November. She doesn't know who she will vote for, but is certain of this: The success of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton - who this week will become the first woman ...

Tom Kacich: Area donors mostly staying away from Trump, Clinton

Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette - ‎vor 6 Stunden‎
There's still not a lot of enthusiasm in East Central Illinois for either Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton, based on reported campaign contributions.

Could Hillary Clinton Become the Champion of the 99 Percent?

New York Times - ‎23.07.2016‎
In June of 2015, Felicia Joy Wong was in her car, awaiting with some apprehension the economic address that would officially open Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. The speech was being staged at the F.D.R. memorial on New York City's Roosevelt ...

Do we really know who Hillary Clinton is?

New Zealand Herald - ‎vor 20 Stunden‎
Think about it: Is any woman more recognizable on a global scale than Hillary Clinton? If Barack Obama was the presidential candidate who seemed to come out of nowhere, Clinton's the candidate who seemed to come out of everywhere.

Coastal Bend Democrats: Clinton has the right qualifications

Corpus Christi Caller-Times - ‎vor 18 Stunden‎
Paul Iverson/Special to the Caller-Times Nueces County Democratic Party chairwoman Jennifer Ellis (standing) addresses the Coastal Bend Young Democrats on Tuesday at the Nueces County Democratic Party headquarters in Bonilla Plaza.

Why does Hillary Clinton's campaign still lack enthusiasm?

Newstalk 106-108 fm - ‎23.07.2016‎
With their candidate projected to take the presidency with as many as 350 (or more) votes in the electoral college, they are looking at a result that could be almost as comprehensive in those terms as Barack Obama's win over John McCain in 2008 ...

Donald Trump Said Hillary Clinton Would 'Make a Good President' in 2008

Wall Street Journal - ‎11.07.2016‎
Donald Trump is attacking Hillary Clinton these days, but eight years ago, in the midst of the 2008 Democratic primary race, he said she would “make a good president” and a lot of people thought pairing her with Barack Obama would be a “dream ticket.”.