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"Nobody cares about Hunter Biden," said Frank Luntz, who argued that the Trump campaign is focusing on all the wrong issues, The Hill reports.
The Department of Justice is arguing President Donald Trump was “acting within the scope” of the presidency when he called E. Jean Carroll’s rape accusation against him a lie, telling an interviewer, “She’s not my type.”
Rep. Ted Yoho reportedly called the congresswoman a "f**king bitch" after a confrontation.
Many women were upset at the way he managed the Anita Hill hearings in 1991.
Clinton has maintained a strong lead in recent polls, and has been pulling ahead in several key battleground states. She is also doing well with women and minorities. But likely voters view neither candidate favorably.
It is becoming more difficult to take Bernie Sanders seriously as the potential Democratic nominee for president. When he decided to run as a Democrat many were generally supportive even knowing he was an Independent and a socialist and had previously dumped on the Party.
They probably thought that someone would remove the notes they left for the writer.
The media's frantic coverage of the ongoing controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton's secretary of state emails -- and whether some of them contained classified information -- regularly presents the allegations as being precise and unambiguous.
Attacks must hurt Hillary personally when her record in public life has never been shown to be anything but honest. She has made a career of speaking out for those who can't speak out for themselves and fighting for equality and the civil and human rights of those who have been oppressed.
From the point of view of the administration, Blumenauer is an extremely rare commodity: a House Democrat who supports the Ryan-Hatch fast track legislation.
"There are three parties to this equation: We're one, the source is two, and the media is three. And arguably we have the
Hillary's life and work demonstrate she is a liberal. She is also a realist and over decades has learned simply taking positions isn't enough.
The growing college debt crisis is a symptom of a much larger problem. What happens when the governance in place relies upon short term fixes like debt to fuel an operational model that no longer works?
There is no doubt about the public mood. So why didn't the public vote when there was so much journalistic enthusiasm for the election; when an amazing amount of television time, especially on cable, was given to politics; and when radio goes at politics 24-7?