Speaking at the third Democratic Debate last night, Clinton – who recently unveiled her manifesto for LGBT people – said: “On January 20th, 2017, the next president of the United States will walk into the White House”.
But Democrat Martin O’Malley wasn’t having it at the debate.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump on Sunday fiercely rejected claims by Hillary Clinton that footage of his anti-Muslim comments was being used for ISIS recruitment videos.
“If we can win in Iowa, if we can win in New Hampshire, I think we’re on our way to a national victory and one of the great political upsets in the modern history of America”, Sanders said on “CBS This Morning”.
“We’re not going to find common ground and pull people together by declaring that all Republicans are our enemies, as Hillary Clinton did, or by trying to replace capitalism with socialism, as Senator Sanders as advocated for most of his life”. She could give Sanders a pass, as he did when she used a private email server while serving as secretary of state, or confronting Sanders during the debate.
“Yes, I apologize“, Sanders said when asked whether he owed Clinton an apology. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), a pass amid a burgeoning data-breach scandal, insinuating that the American public at large doesn’t care about the squabble.
Clinton desperately hopes she can run against Trump, Fiorina said, because “I will reveal to the American people again and again the ‘Clinton way'”.
Sanders’ national data director, Josh Uretsky, on the other hand, was promptly fired Friday for his involvement in the snooping incident. “So really, no, I don’t think we quite have [gotten where we need to be]”. That message seemed to be “that there is a clash of civilizations, that there is some kind of western plot or even war against Islam, which then I believe fans the flames of radicalization”, said Clinton.
His campaign sent out a request Monday evening that Clinton join in his call for an independent audit of the DNC’s centralized NGP-VAN voter data system. “They love him from the sense that he is supporting their rhetoric”, she told NBC News earlier this month.
“If the United States does not lead, there is not another leader – there is a vacuum”, she said.