Clinton email questions still linger on campaign trail

I don’t know that I can say that we agreed necessarily with everything that she included in her statement”, he said on Clinton’s position. Nationwide, more than 180,000 people have signed up to volunteer for his campaign. Sanders has capitalized, and in a new CNN/WMUP poll released September 24, the independent senator from Vermont is growing his lead in New Hampshire.


Clinton has apologized for using a private server rather than the government system but has said she sent no information by email that was classified at the time and received no material marked that way.

Speaking to the Des Moines Register editorial board Tuesday, Clinton publicly stated for the first time that her server had not been compromised by a foreign entity, and that her private IT company assured her this was the case.

Widespread thinking in Washington is that Clinton is desperately trying to shore up her support among environmentalists and wealthy ultra-liberal donors.

Clinton the frontrunner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, has been dogged by questions about her use of a private email account for government business.

The State Department is at the center of the debate over the pipeline because it would cross the U.S.-Canada border and therefore needs a presidential permit to proceed (see Shale Daily, April 21, 2014; March 4, 2013). She’s the one who started that whole thing.

But she had expressed impatience in recent weeks over the drawn-out pipeline decision, which has been vigorously opposed by environmental activists and liberals who play a key role in the Democratic primaries.

Which brings me back to Clinton. Even if they’re right, the Clinton team has underestimated the value that voters place on a candidate’s character.

Sanders was the overwhelming choice of men in the poll, by a margin of 56 percent to 20 percent over Clinton. It took us too long to overcome the prejudice against electing a Catholic or an African-American president, ” Sanders said.

Clinton has rolled out a series of policies to hold down the rising cost of prescription drugs, placing a monthly cap of $250 on covered out-of-pocket drug costs to help patients with chronic or serious health conditions. Can you believe her?


I don’t think it’s in the best interest of what we need to do to combat climate change“, she said. That could be her campaign slogan.

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