"I’m not falling into that proof trap," the actor raved on "The Late Show."
While Rep. Gabbard runs for president, Hawaii state Sen. Kai Kahele has his eyes on her congressional seat.
“I’ll tell you a secret: Yes, we’ll definitely do it,” the Russian president said.
Dozens of current and former State Department officials have been contacted in recent weeks about emails they sent years ago to Clinton's private account.
The former secretary of state, who compared her 2016 defeat to "losing to a corrupt human tornado," said she supports the impeachment inquiry.
“For the first time in some time, almost two decades, Republicans are going to be sweating Texas.”
The U.S. president appeared to distance himself from the Israeli prime minister, who's struggling to hold on to power in a tight election.
The shocker of 2016 wasn't really a shock, researchers found: The closer the race, the higher the chance the Electoral College will land the loser in the White House.
She later quipped about the exhibit featuring all 60,000 pages of her infamous emails on Twitter: "Found my emails at the Venice Biennale. Someone alert the House GOP."
The progressive activist who helped tear down Memphis' Confederate monuments will be on the ballot Oct. 3.
The vice president urged vigilance ahead of elections in the U.S. and Poland, in an attempt to assure the European ally that Washington takes the matter seriously.
The "Archer" singer worried she'd be a liability, not an endorsement, had she supported Hillary Clinton.
"There was such desire for change,” said the New York City mayor, who endorsed Hillary Clinton in the last presidential election.
She's appealing a five-year prison sentence and fighting to save her home, all so the state can prop up the myth of "voter fraud." There are serious questions about the case against her.