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Hillary Clinton heckled over husband’s sexual past

Clinton, 68, who is aiming at becoming the first ever woman president of the United States and is so far leading the Democratic Party’s race, described the repeated disruption in her speech as very rude.

The former president’s public events in New Hampshire come as he moves into a more public role in his wife’s effort. He called the former president “seedy” and “one of the great woman abusers of all time”, adding that Hillary Clinton is his “enabler”. Indeed, his misconduct did not, ultimately, even harm Bill Clinton.

Still, some of Trump’s attacks seem to have struck a nerve. “I think they are doing the bidding of the fossil fuel industry, the Koch Bothers and other of their big donors and puppeteers who say to them, ‘You better not say climate change is real'”. “How can she access that they are lying, which she told someone last month?” “I suspect that they’ll both try to get back on track in terms of the strategy for them to do better than they feel they’re doing right now”.

This is not the first time the former secretary of state has been directly questioned about her husband’s indecent behavior.

While Bill campaigns in New Hampshire, Mrs Clinton will begin a two-day “river-to-river” tour of Iowa. It’s going to be a close one, and “conventional wisdom” notwithstanding, Trump will be able to compete with Clinton in nearly every state.

“It’s kind of scary this year”, Bill Clinton warned, “but believe it or not, most everybody actually tries to do what they say they’re going to do when they’re running. And Obama ran a good campaign here”.

Of course, all general election polls at this stage are virtually meaningless – except that Trump keeps falsely touting them as showing he is ahead of Hillary Clinton. Jackson did it twice, while still failing to win the nomination. Barack Obama that angered black voters in SC.

Obama won by 28 points in SC, and kept on winning, while Bill Clinton was left trying to explain what he’d meant.

McCarthy said he was supporting the Vermont senator while his mother, Joan, said she was still assessing the Democratic field.

He tweeted: “If Hillary thinks she can unleash her husband, with his bad record of women abuse, while playing the women’s card on me, she is wrong”. “We now know, from memos from the campaign, that they planned to do it all along”. It would be a very interesting question to some day ask him.

Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, 2012: The “explainer-in-chief” is born.

“We’re going to start to have to look at how the [Democratic] candidates play against Donald Trump, because he’s certainly holding onto his lead in the Republican Party, and he has certainly played the Republican candidates in a way that has hurt some of his opposition, and I think people are going to start asking, ‘All right, who’s going to stand up under his type of campaigning?'” Mr. Allen said.

“Now, are we where we want to be today?” he asked “No. Is the president satisfied? I wouldn’t like someone calling me a socialist”, Matthews said.

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