Clinton Adviser Goodstein On his premiere night at 8 p.m. ET, Tucker Carlson opened his program with a stirring debate with former Clinton campaign adviser Richard Goodstein. Carlson pointed to a recent poll showing President Trump would win reelection by 43 to 40 percent over Hillary Clinton if the election were held today. "This poll is a disaster," he said, asking Clinton Adviser Goodstein whether Democrats should adopt a different approach to draw voters in than just attacking the president. [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=khwMx0gHJQY[/embed] Goodstein said recent special elections in Kansas and Georgia show voters are indeed being drawn to the Democrats' anti-Trump message. Carlson pointed out neither of those states' candidates won their race. But Good...
It's customary that after the Inauguration ceremony, the new president enjoys a congressional luncheon. However, like most of the tone of this historic presidential campaign, this congressional luncheon was a bit different than previous years. Classiest Moment While it's normal for the president to give a speech at the event, it's rare that one of the people seated at a table is the person he defeated in the election. As the wife of former President Bill Clinton, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's presence at the luncheon was expected. When President Donald Trump took the podium, he immediately acknowledged the large elephant in the room. Unlike his campaign rhetoric towards his opponent in the election, Trump exhibited grace and humility towards the Clintons. He bega
Remember how Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton 'fought mightily' throughout the Democrat primaries—with Bernie seemingly picking up steam while Team Hillary began to look over its worried shoulder? Turns out 'the fix' might've been in for months. The latest WikiLeaks email dump shows top-level Team Hillary members discussing the “leverage” they had over Sanders—to the extent of controlling how Bernie spoke about Hillary during the primary race in May. It gets even worse, #FeelTheBern crowd. Another discussion shows Hillary's advisors scheduling Bernie's endorsement, and planning how they'll leverage it to rally the 'progressive' vote, in December of last year. On May 26, 2015, Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook sent an email to campaign chairman John Podesta titled “Sanders
FBI detectives probing Hillary Clinton’s emails have found enough evidence to lock the presidential hopeful “away for life”, it has been reported. New York Police Department sources told news website True Pundit that the shock email probei nvolving Clinton has uncovered fresh evidence. NYPD detectives investigating former congressman Anthony Weiner over an alleged sexting scandal have reportedly handed the FBI a newly-found laptop he shared with wife Huma Abedin. The laptop contains enough evidence “to put Hillary [Clinton] and her crew away for life”, NYPD sources told True Pundit. YPD cops discovered more than 500,000 emails to and from Hillary Clinton, Abedin and other Washington insiders after seizing the computer from Weiner, the pro-Trump news website reports.
The State Department has just released over 350 new Hillary Clinton emails. You may notice if you go through the database here, you’ll notice that quite a lot of them are email exchanges between Clinton and Huma Abedin. Some of the emails deal with scheduling and logistical information, and one of them (from Clinton to Abedin) even has the subject line “What’s the name of the agent across the aisle from you?” The content of one email with the subject line “Statement: you ok?” has been redacted: Team Clinton also passed around a Maureen Dowd column with “(not that I like her)” in the subject line. And Sidney Blumenthal sent Clinton an email with the subject line “H: Yes, there is a vast right wing conspiracy. Sid.” (Oh, and this is separate from another apparent email du
Former US president Bill Clinton and her wife, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, are part of a “crime family,” says a former top FBI official, in the wake of the bureau’s reopening of the former first lady’s email case. James Kallstrom, the FBI’s former assistant director, told a radio show on Sunday that the Clintons were involved in organized crime and that their family foundation was a “cesspool.” “The Clintons, that’s a crime family, basically. It’s like organized crime. I mean the Clinton Foundation is a cesspool,” said Kallstrom, who once headed the FBI's office in New York City. Founded in 2001, the Clinton Foundation has come under bipartisan fire for accepting foreign donations in exchange for influence. The former FBI official also took a jibe at Attorn
Running more than an hour behind schedule, an ebullient Trump was able to see the news before he took the stage and rework his stump speech on the fly to begin with an extended response — which plays into Trump’s contention that Clinton has committed crimes and was wrongly exonerated — and returned to it throughout his remarks. Returning to the city where he rang in the primary victory that proved his campaign was more than a mirage, Trump told his supporters, “I need to open with a very critical breaking news announcement,” prompting roars from a crowd that had already caught wind of FBI Director James Comey’s letter to lawmakers. “The FBI,” continued Trump, prompting more roars and some high-fives among his supporters, “has just sent a letter to Congress informing them that they hav
Donald Trump on Saturday ripped the Justice Department over reports it warned the FBI against publicly acknowledging new emails potentially related to the Hillary Clinton email investigation so close to the election. The Republican presidential nominee argued during a rally in Golden, Colo., that Justice Department officials were "fighting" to stop FBI Director James Comey from sending the letter to lawmakers Friday. "The Department of Justice is trying so hard to protect Hillary," Trump said to boos from the audience. A government official on Saturday told The Hill that the Justice Department's stance was to abstain from taking action that could impact the White House race Nov. 8. “The AG’s position is consistent with the department’s position not to take investigative s