Julian Assange, the co-founder, and editor in chief of Wikileaks says that it was Clinton’s own words that destroyed her, not the fact that Wikileaks printed them. From Washington Examiner: “What is the allegation here exactly?” Assange asked in response to a question in an interview with the Italian newspaper la Repubblica about whether he had done a “hit job” on Clinton. “We published what the Democratic National Committee, John Podesta, Hillary Clinton‘s campaign manager, and Hillary…
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BLAST FROM THE PAST: White House press secretary Jay Carney said Friday the violent protests throughout the Middle East are not directed at the United States or U.S. policy but are a response to a YouTube video: CARNEY:
Task force will help Clinton supporters push back on online harassment and thank superdelegates Anonymous online attacks, from both sides of the political spectrum, have sought to spread lies and misleading narratives about Secretary Hillary Clinton. Hillary’s supporters are more enthusiastic than Sen. Bernie Sanders' supporters, yet ...
Time Tested - “Some people run for president and they know how hard the job is, but they may not be entirely convinced that this daunting task is one that can be taken on,” Clinton says. “I know how hard it is, and I feel very ready and very confident to take it on.” Hillary Clinton
Former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates on Sunday defended the White House against charges that they did not act quickly enough to protect the Americans killed in the Benghazi attacks. Gates, who served in the administrations of both Presidents George W. Bush’s and Obama said that some critics who said that military force could have saved lives had a “cartoonish” view of U.S. military capabilities.