Clinton: Trump fueling ‘paranoia and prejudice’

Clinton outlined the policy debate in her 2014 State Department memoir “Hard Choices”, saying she accepted the outcome. “And I stand before you today to say loudly and proudly, I don’t want their money, I don’t want a super PAC, we’re gonna do it on our own“.


“The Republicans are getting all the press right now and we have more than one candidate“, said Jane Schirch, of Londonderry, who hasn’t yet selected a candidate to support. Bernie Sanders was striking because he is not a party member.

Maggie Wells, a Clinton supporter who attended her event Friday, attributed Sanders’s rise to “this weird political environment where anything that’s not same ol’, same ol’, people are attracted to it”.

“I think it’s a complicated question because, of course, 9/11 happened, I was a senator from New York and I was, you know, basically consumed by my responsibility to help the people directly affected in my state and in the city”, Clinton said.

“I have a very heavy emphasis on paying down debt and different ways for students to do exactly that”, Clinton added. When polled against possible GOP nominees, Clinton beat Donald Trump but was narrowly topped by Jeb Bush and Carly Fiorina.

“I think sometimes it’s important when you are in the elected arena – you try to figure out, how do you bring people together to get something done instead of just standing on the opposite sides yelling at each other.”

Republicans running for president have said the USA should pitch into the worldwide crisis more, but they have voiced concerns about the background of the refugees and possible ties to terrorists.

“I can not imagine anyone being more of an outsider than the first woman president“, she said.

The pool of Democratic candidates is much smaller than the Republicans’: Former Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, Vermont Sen.

As Vice President Joe Biden contemplates a 2016 presidential run, Clinton said her campaign is just waiting to see what he does.

“I think we’re missing sort of the bigger picture on everything”.

Chants of “More debates” and “We want more debates” – as well as some boos – greeted Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz when she took the stage at the New Hampshire Democratic Party convention in Manchester.

Political campaigns are dynamic, and things could change.

After Clinton left office, the Obama administration began an air campaign inside Syria and inaugurated a small rebel training program. Cathy Fountain of Dalton said Clinton has the best skills to fight for the middle class, but said that doesn’t mean she’s opposed to the others.

Fischman said Clinton has strong support locally, and that being a former secretary of state has placed the candidate in a good position to jump into the White House. And there’s criticism from two of your vice chairs that you are disadvantaging everyone but the presumed frontrunner, at least Hillary Clinton, by not agreeing to more Democratic party sanctioned debates.


“That is absolutely not true”, Sanders told CNN after speaking at the New Hampshire Democratic Party convention here.

Clinton: Trump fueling 'paranoia and prejudice'