hillary emails

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First of all he will never, ever prove intent. But to this writer, I've simply had enough. Fuck this election and fuck Trump
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If you voted for Governor Romney for president and believe Hillary’s emails disqualify her, you are a hypocrite. End of story
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Kevin McCarthy mostly avoided questions about whether to pursue charges against the Democratic presidential nominee.
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Hillary Clinton staggered out of the worst week of her 2016 presidential campaign with a three percent lead over Donald Trump. Nonetheless, it's likely she will move forward to a resounding victory in November. Here's what Hillary needs to do.
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Americans remain concerned about the “extremely careless” way in which she handled email as Secretary of State.
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We can't afford to have Trump in the White House, but I'm feeling something akin to the anguish of so many Republicans now. Should I swallow my distress about the presumptive nominee for the sake of the Party? How dirty can politics get?
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So how about it Mr. President, why not leave office on solid moral ground and set your country up for a golden age by quickly easing the way for Bernie to take his rightful place as our next president.
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It is reprehensible acts like pay to play with the powers of Secretary of State and rigging elections that demand a specific
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It may not be obvious to many but Bernie is poised to make one of the biggest upsets in political history.
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"We won't see a presidential candidate like Bernie again in our lifetimes." As I heard these words, spoken by a woman at a Sanders campaign event recently, I felt a chill go through me. Because I knew she was right. We won't.
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Presidential candidates are gearing up for Monday night's Iowa caucuses.
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Will Hillary disassociate herself from the crackpot anti-Israel theories of Max Blumenthal? We're all waiting to see.
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A top adviser said government technology "is so antiquated that NO ONE uses a State-issued laptop."
Tech
December 2013 in the village of Sâmbăteni, Romania. The air is dull and frosty as Marcel Lazăr Lehel walks out of his mud