Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump's 2016 election rival had a "restful" response to the former White House chief strategist's arrest.
The former State Department aide to Hillary Clinton unloaded on her ex-husband in a new memoir.
The former president was admitted on Tuesday with an infection unrelated to COVID-19, a Clinton spokesman said.
There’s a very familiar character in “State of Terror.”
The former presidential nominee was condemned for her remarks, but she was "too kind," Chauncey DeVega wrote in a commentary.
Jesse Benton, who was convicted in a 2012 bribery plot and pardoned by the ex-president, has been charged again with 2016 campaign-related crimes.
The clip shows the British actor Owen saying Bill Clinton's infamous “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” lie.
Trump's brag about taxes to Hillary Clinton may not age well, suggested former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance.
“Hello Jim and Jerry,” the former secretary of state says to the pair who peddled conspiracies about her in “Borat Subsequent Moviefilm" in a new spinoff show.
Biden carried roughly 60 counties President Donald Trump won in 2016, many were places anchored by a midsize or small city that is trending Democratic.
The former Democratic presidential nominee struck a sarcastic tone with a withering tweet.
The book, “State of Terror,” concerns a “novice” secretary of state who tries to solve a wave of terrorist attacks while working in the administration of a rival politician.
"In which Hillary wins the day on Twitter with one emoji," one tweeter said of the post by Trump’s 2016 election rival.
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential foe, laid out exactly why the ex-president will get acquitted after his second impeachment trial.
"It won't be because the facts were with him or his lawyers mounted a competent defense," Clinton wrote on Twitter.
Kamala Harris and Michelle Obama, especially, communicated powerful messages through their clothing.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee called the Capitol attack the predictable result of "white-supremacist grievances fueled by President Trump."
Trump's 2016 Democratic rival reprised one of her old tweets to comment on the president's removal from the platform.
The former first lady, secretary of state and 2016 presidential candidate summed it up succinctly.
The 2016 Democratic nominee responded to a tweet calling it "poetic justice."