Former President Barack Obama warned Wednesday night that American democracy may not survive if Donald Trump is reelected.
Kamala Harris addressed the Democratic National Convention’s third night after former President Barack Obama warned that American democracy itself was at risk if President Donald Trump wins reelection this fall.
Former 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton believes she would have handled the coronavirus pandemic better than President Trump, and that she would win if she was on the ballot this November.
“I’m spending most of my time trying to do everything I can to retire him and to send him back to the golf course full-time,” Clinton said from her home in Chappaqua, N.Y., while Schumer was staying with her family in Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.
Doubling down on comments made in a Hulu documentary she had filmed before the 2020 primary season, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Tuesday that Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders' campaign is "just baloney."
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton downplayed any possibility Thursday that she would be asked to serve as the Democratic nominee's running mate.
Tulsi Gabbard has filed a $50 million defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter about "Hillary," the new Hulu documentary series on her life, Hillary Clinton bashes 2020 Democratic contender Bernie Sanders in harsh terms, building on what had already been a news cycle filled with bad press for Sanders in advance of the Iowa caucuses.
Hillary Clinton continued to stir speculation on Tuesday that she could make a late entry into the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, saying “many, many, many people” are pressuring her to consider a third run for the White House.
Two high-risk raids. Two dramatic moments in the White House.
Hillary Clinton could beat President Trump "again" if she decides to run for president in 2020, the former secretary of state said Tuesday in an interview.
Clinton, who ran against Trump in 2016, added that she supports the House of Representatives' newly launched impeachment inquiry. "My view is that, given the latest revelation, which is such a blatant effort to use his presidential position to advance his personal and political interests, there should be an impeachment inquiry opened," Clinton told CBS News. "And I think, sadly, there are a number of grounds. But this one is incredibly troubling."
Each presidential candidate had their own spin on the bombings in Belgium, which killed at least 34 and injured more than 120.