Hillary Rodham Clinton is facing fresh worries among elected Democrats about her use of a private email account while serving as secretary of state, as new polls signal that the inquiry is taking a toll on her presidential campaign.
As Hillary Rodham Clinton walked among the booths of funnel cakes and corn dogs at the Iowa State Fair, trailed by a massive pack of media and onlookers, Donald Trump’s helicopter circled the fairgrounds in the air above.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s presidential campaign casts her decision to turn over her personal email server to the Justice Department as cooperating with investigators. Her Republican critics suggest that the move and new revelations about classified information points to her malfeasance as secretary of state.
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s physician describes the Democratic presidential candidate as in “excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the United States.”
Former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley hung out at a local bar Friday night and Hillary Rodham Clinton visited a house party Saturday afternoon. But they may have to keep wooing for a while. The neighbors are split among the candidates or undecided.
Ignoring her primary challengers, Hillary Rodham Clinton focused instead on the expanding field of Republican contenders as she and her fellow Democrats tried to impress influential party activists in Iowa.
More than a decade ago, Bill Clinton spotted a political star in the making, someone he predicted would go from a big-city mayor to a national leader — maybe even to the White House. “I won’t be surprised if you go all the way,” Clinton wrote in a 2002 letter to Baltimore’s mayor, Martin O’Malley.
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch described what’s happening here as a symbol that highlights so many issues that are part of our national debate.
At a New York fundraiser for her presidential campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton told about 150 donors: “Baltimore is burning.”
O’Malley appeared on Face the Nation Sunday.
Hillary Rodham Clinton jumped back into presidential politics on Sunday, announcing her much-awaited second campaign for the White House. “Everyday Americans need a champion. I want to be that champion,” she said.
Former Governor Martin O’Malley is apparently putting distance between himself and Hillary Clinton for a potential presidential run.