Sanders continues to gain ground on Clinton

When it comes to Americans envisioning a 2016 presidential candidate moving into the White House, Hillary Clinton has the edge. Clinton told Lemon that was “ludicrous” and “totally untrue”.


“The California Environmental Protection Agency Air Resources Board states there are 13 oil fields in California that generate more greenhouse gas emissions than Canadian diluted bitumen blends”, he said in an emailed statement.

This poll, however, suggests the Clinton luck in the state may have worn out.

Case in point: Clinton’s decision earlier this year to turn over to the State Department a trove of work-related emails from the private email account she relied on exclusively during her time as Secretary of State.

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is probing the server to find if any classified material was mishandled. “She has dedicated herself to public service, and I admire that about her”, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO told the press in South Carolina Wednesday before emphasizing their political differences. She has claimed that she handed them over – all of them – as part of a routine request that included emails from previous secretaries of state. Or the defensive posture of one who knows she’s been caught in a lie?

In the Democratic contest, Clinton gets 43 percent support, with 25 percent for an independent socialist Democrat, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, and 18 percent for Vice President Joe Biden, who is considering whether to enter the contest. On at least eight occasions, Clinton has said the State Department approached her last fall with a routine request for her emails.

“Shrill” is an equal-opportunity term in Donald Trump’s vocabulary. Forty-five percent of Republicans say have a realistic vision of Trump as president and 53 percent say they don’t.

Freidman further added that democratic candidate Martin O’Malley accused Clinton of being slow to respond.


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. “But it hasn’t been decided, and I feel now I’ve got a responsibility to you and other voters who ask me about this…I oppose [the pipeline] because I don’t think it’s in the best interest of what we need to do to combat climate change”. There’s been no evidence tracing the charge to Clinton or her campaign.

Martin Marklin shows a candle Wednesday designed for Pope Francis’s visit to New York City on Friday. The candle the pope will use was sent Wednesday and is similar to the one above