In plenty of families, this lie goes on and on, energetically repeated, until it vaguely becomes the truth. Obama and Hillary certainly seem to be doing their best: They’re appearing together in New York tonight at an Obama fund-raiser at the Grand Hyatt and tomorrow at a finance breakfast at the Hilton Towers. We’ll be at the breakfast with them, and you can be sure we’ll be watching to see whether Hillary makes any comments about the softness of Barack’s French toast. … [Read more...] about Obama’s Family Problems: How Hillary Clinton Fits In
“Following the tragic events of September 11th, I was proud to have worked with my colleagues in Congress to secure $20 billion in federal aid for New York,” Clinton said. “Major employers like Goldman Sachs needed to know they had a partner in government to ensure that Lower Manhattan could continue to sustain their businesses in the area, I am pleased to be an ongoing partner in supporting economic development in Lower Manhattan and thank Goldman Sachs for their commitment to the future of Lower Manhattan and New York City.” … [Read more...] about Hillary Clinton: I Am Goldman Sachs’ ‘Partner in Government’
The Washington Post’s Paul Waldman has a well-wrought column today on how Hillary Clinton can appeal to “responsible Republicans” unhappy with Donald Trump’s ignorance and scary instincts on international affairs in a big foreign-policy speech she is scheduled to deliver Thursday. His specific advice is excellent and apparently scratches an itch the Clinton campaign is itself feeling. There’s only one problem, which Paul himself notes: … [Read more...] about Should Hillary Clinton Try to Woo the Support of ‘Responsible Republicans’?
At the time though, Romney was not remotely as well-known as Clinton is today, and a similar performance might not pay off as abundantly for her in the two- and four-candidate polls that are conducted immediately afterward, that we should begin seeing late this week. That outcome — depressing as it might be to her supporters — would be evidence that the degree of partisan and ideological polarization in this electorate is so powerful that debates, and perhaps even other forms of persuasion like campaign ads, just don’t matter this year. … [Read more...] about Hillary Clinton Won the First Debate. What If That Doesn’t Move the Polls?
Goldberg’s recent hit piece against Trump cited four anonymous sources who claimed that Trump called fallen troops from World War II “suckers” and “losers” and did not want to visit the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France in 2018 while on an official trip because he did not want to mess up his hair. … [Read more...] about The Atlantic Endorsed Hillary Clinton in Its Third Presidential Endorsement Ever