Hopefully our now soon-to-be former President, also known as Individual-1 in a court filing against Trump’s former fixer/lawyer Michael Cohen by the Southern District of New York in 2018, will soon enough find himself housed in a prison and clothed in an orange jumpsuit.
Trump's Director of National Intelligence released a bogus claim from Russia that Hillary Clinton tried to frame Trump.
Fox News dedicated coverage to President Donald Trump’s former rival Hillary Clinton the morning after The New York Times published a story revealing his years of tax avoidance after obtaining his tax records.
Fox’s story focused on Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) criticizing Clinton for recommending Trump’s opponent Joe Biden not concede in November’s general election.
“I disagree with Hillary Clinton. I respect her, I like her, but I think she’s just flat out wrong. The election itself is going to be announced. The winner is going to be announced at some point. Whoever the winner is, if it is clear and legal, that should be announced and the other party should concede,” Durbin said.
You can watch the interview below.
Fox News covering the news that matters: Hillary Clinton being criticized by a Democratic Senator pic.twitter.com/QP6H3id6tu
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) September 28, 2020
Hillary Clinton has warned that Donald Trump’s unwillingness to commit to a peaceful transition of power should be taken seriously. Her comment comes as the Department of Justice is reportedly trying to investigate her.
The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate took to Twitter on Thursday to respond to the President’s refusal to accept the outcome of the election if he loses to Joe Biden.
“Trump’s refusal to commit to the peaceful transfer of power is the behavior of a desperate would-be dictator who’d cling to office even if it meant destroying our democracy,” Clinton wrote.
Trump’s refusal to commit to the peaceful transfer of power is the behavior of a desperate would-be dictator who’d cling to office even if it meant destroying our democracy.
It’s pathetic. But because he is the president, we should take his threat seriously.
Hillary Clinton has advised Joe Biden not to concede if the election results in November are close. The former Democratic presidential candidate believes the results could take a while to become clear.
Clinton spoke to Showtime’s The Circus about the upcoming election and she stressed the need for former Vice President Joe Biden to be ready to fight for every vote.
“Joe Biden should not concede under any circumstances because I think this is going to drag out,” Clinton said.
“And eventually, I do believe he will win if we don’t give an inch and if we are as focused and relentless as the other side is.”
Watch the video:
Hillary Clinton has some advice for Joe Biden: Don’t concede in a close race.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t understand why some of her former Republican colleagues don’t stand up to Donald Trump. The former senator accused them of being “complicit”.
The 2016 Democratic presidential candidate spoke to MSNBC on Friday following Joe Biden’s acceptance speech at their party’s convention. In a wide ranging conversation, she brought up GOP senators she knew.
I don’t understand what has happened to them,” Clinton said.
4 years ago, Hillary Clinton used her platform at the Democratic National Convention to talk about the danger Donald Trump posed to America. Many voters chose not to listen and Trump was elected President.
And over the last 3 1/2 years, many of the claims the former Secretary of State have come true. Unemployment is over 10%. 170,000 Americans have died from a virus that nearly every other industrialized country was able to contain.
On Wednesday night, Clinton will again make the case against Trump. According to pre-released remarks, the former First Lady will tell voters:
“I wish Donald Trump had been a better president. But, sadly, he is who he is. America needs a president who shows the same compassion, determination, and leadership in the White House that we see in our communities. Throughout this crisis, Americans have kept going – checking on neighbors, showing up to jobs as first responders and in hospitals, grocery stores, and nursing homes. Because it still takes a village.”
Democrats have harshly criticized Donald Trump for threatening to use the U.S. military against protesters. Several high profile lawmakers also expressed anger at events in Washington, D.C.
“Turning the army on protestors is what dictatorships do,” Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy said.
Turning the army on protestors is what dictatorships do.
It’s literally the antithesis of America.
Republicans of good faith and decency need cannot let their party’s position become pushing for an American Tiananmen Square.
Joe Biden believes he can win Florida because voters there have had enough of President Donald Trump. The presumptive Democratic presidential candidate leads Trump in some polls of the Sunshine State.
“How do you win Florida?” the host asked.
“You’re in a situation where Hillary Clinton lost the state, the governor is a Republican, Bill Nelson couldn’t even win the state in 2018. How do you win it in 2020?”
“It’s 2020, and they’ve had a good dose of the president of the United States of America,” Biden replied.
“Now again, it’s early early on, the polling data shows it a toss-up. Either me ahead or him slightly ahead, but it’s a long way to go.”
“It’s about telling the truth,” Biden went on.
“It’s about letting people know what you’re going to do to make their lives better,” he said.
“It’s about making sure that everything doesn’t just go to the very wealthy in this country, it’s about making sure that people have access to real education, it’s about making sure that you can afford college,” Biden said.
“It’s about making sure that we build the middle class back up and also deal with what everybody in Florida knows is a problem, global warming.”
Some polls show Biden leading Trump in Florida, which the president won in 2016. However, several polls show effective ties between the men or Trump leading the bellwether state.
Trump supporter Bill Mitchell wants Congress to issue a subpoena for Dr. Anthony Fauci’s phone and accused him of contact with Hillary Clinton.
“Congress should subpoena Dr. Doom Fauci’s phone records and see how many times he has called Hillary in the past 60 days,” Mitchell said on Twitter.
Congress should subpoena Dr. Doom Fauci's phone records and see how many times he has called Hillary in the past 60 days.
— Bill Mitchell (@mitchellvii) March 30, 2020
Mitchell has downplayed the severity of the Coronavirus since the global pandemic began. He has been on the fringes of the right since at least 2016 and has frequently attacked Dr. Fauci.
Mitchell is one of a number of conservative supporters of President Donald Trump who have painted Covid-19 as overblown or even a hoax.
He’s taken aim at Fauci as the doctor became a recognizable face in the pandemic response.
Mitchell is spreading
Former Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton said President Donald Trump “did promise America first,” a response to the news that the United States now leads the world in confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.
He did promise "America First." https://t.co/bzks3hqCUE
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) March 27, 2020
Clinton also took to Trump to task for his past insistence that the virus would “disappear… like a miracle.”
“What will it take to get [Trump] to listen to experts instead of his own hunches?” she asked.
A month ago, Trump said: “It’s going to disappear. One day, it’s like a miracle, it will disappear.”
Yesterday, he said: “I don’t believe you need 40,000 or 30,000 ventilators.”
What will it take to get @realdonaldtrump to listen to experts instead of his own hunches?
Former Democratic presidential candidate and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton lashed out at current first lady Melania Trump’s “Be Best” program, criticizing the White House program for being hypocritical.
Considering the many ways that Trump’s husband, President Donald Trump, has behaved in office so far, it’s not hard to see why Clinton made the comments she did.
Appearing this week on the Bravo program “Watch What Happens Live” with host Andy Cohen, Clinton was asked to give her views on Trump’s signature program as first lady.
“I think she should look closer to home,” Clinton said of Trump’s efforts.
According to the White House’s website, “The mission of BE BEST is to focus on some of the major issues facing children today,” including, among other traits, encouraging kids to live with “kindness” in their day-to-day lives.
“It is our responsibility as adults to educate and reinforce to them that when they are using their voices—whether verbally or online—they must choose their words wisely and speak with respect and compassion,” the program states.
However, critics have often lambasted the “Be Best” program for failing to address one of the biggest perpetrators of bullying (online and offline) that currently works in Washington D.C. — President Trump himself.
Trump’s examples of bullying behavior are too numerous to write out. He has, for example, complained and led crowds in booing climate activist Greta Thunberg after she won TIME magazine’s Person of the Year honors, besting him for the award.
Trump also tweeted out what many considered to be racist comments about four congresswomen of color, telling them they should “go back” to their countries of origin, to fix their problems first, before complaining about what he’s doing as president (three of the four women were born in the United States).
….and viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how our government is to be run. Why don’t they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came. Then come back and show us how….
Somebody near Mike Bloomberg told Drudge that he is considering Hillary Clinton as a potential running mate.
Alan Dershowitz came unglued at Trump's impeachment trial and starting ranting about Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and how everyone else is wrong but him.
The White House is telling reporters that Hillary Clinton intentionally lost the election so that Trump could be impeached.
Trump responded to Roger Stone being convicted of seven felonies by demanding that Hillary Clinton and Adam Schiff be sent to prison.
Devin Nunes couldn't effectively question Bill Taylor, so he ranted about Hillary Clinton during the impeachment hearing.
Hillary Clinton is continuing the pattern of strong women who continue to own the impotent Donald Trump.
Longtime Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill said on Thursday that "in a land of ironies this reigns king."
Hillary Clinton warned that William Barr's attitude on executive power puts the country down the road to tyranny.