She hit back at Clinton's suggestion that the Hawaii congresswoman is a Russian asset.
Republicans for the Rule of Law released the commercial after the president decided to host the next G-7 summit at a Trump golf resort.
The former first daughter said she doesn't rule out seeking office, "but for right now the answer is no."
The former secretary of state and her daughter Chelsea staunchly defended the Duchess of Sussex amid the royal's lawsuit against a tabloid.
“It’s time to get in impeachment formation,” one person responded on Twitter. "You’ll NEVER be The Boss," added another.
"Maybe there does need to be a rematch."
The president taunted the former first lady on Tuesday, imploring her to enter the 2020 race and "steal it away from Uber Left Elizabeth Warren."
The president's eldest son obsesses over Hillary Clinton in an early holiday message.
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The former first lady appeared on "Good Morning America" to discuss "The Book Of Gutsy Women," which she co-wrote with daughter Chelsea.
Stephen Colbert does a reality check with the former secretary of state on White House protocol.
"Fox & Friends" hosts seem awfully hesitant to use this word, which they loved to wield against Hillary Clinton.
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.
The House speaker and Hillary Clinton both made powerful addresses at the NARAL Pro-Choice America 50th anniversary dinner.
She fired back a tweet after the president called the impeachment probe and whistleblower complaint "the greatest scam in the history of American politics."
The president has long tried to solicit damaging information against his opponents.
The president defended his request for a foreign leader to investigate his political rival and instead focused on attacking Hillary Clinton, the Bidens and Nancy Pelosi.
"I did not come to that decision easily or quickly, but this is an emergency," the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee told People.