“Clinton: ‘No way’ I won’t be Democratic nominee” Reply


POLITICO

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“Why Do People Hate Hillary Clinton So Much?” Reply


DAILY KOS

As a liberal with lots of liberal friends I am used to seeing all sorts of negative stories about Hillary Clinton in my social media universe with regularity. The question that irks me is why? I can clump the negativity toward Hillary into three main arguments.  MORE

“House Republicans fear Trump effect”


POLITICO

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“In Clintonland, it’s ‘DEFCON 1’ for Trump”


MSNBC

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“Hillary Clinton Needs Just 128 Words To Annihilate Donald Trump”


POLITICUS USA

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters at a campaign rally in West Palm Beach, Florida March 15, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks to supporters at a campaign rally in West Palm Beach, Florida March 15, 2016. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

“Trump’s Wall Backfires: Hispanic Voter Registration Skyrockets In The Face Of GOP Threat”


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“Charles Koch: Clinton Might Make Better President Than Republican Candidates” 1


HUFFINGTON POST

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“Federal Court Tells Lawmakers To Shut Up And Deal With Trans People In Bathrooms”


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“Donors seek to harness Hollywood to boost liberal causes”


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“Democrats Could Win Back The House Thanks to Trump Being as “Popular as Head Lice”


POLITICUS USA

Conventional wisdom and math have long created the narrative that it would take Democrats many election cycles too overcome the Republican 30 seat majority in the House. And then along came Donald Trump. The House is actually in play, thanks to Donald Trump, who in suburban districts is “about as popular as head lice.”

Conventional wisdom and math have long created the narrative that it would take Democrats many election cycles too overcome the Republican 30 seat majority in the House. And then along came Donald Trump. The House is actually in play, thanks to Donald Trump, who in suburban districts is “about as popular as head lice.”