The former first lady says her marriage to Bill Clinton isn't out of convenience: "It's real and it's been around for a long time now."
Hillary Clinton made her debut on Wednesday’s Howard Stern Show — and nothing was off-limits because she touched on pretty much everything.
MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” started the week by picking up where NBC’s “Meet the Press” left off on Sunday: Hammering GOP Sen. John Kennedy — and by extension, some of his Republican colleagues — for “repeating Putin talking points,” specifically by reiterating claims of Ukrainian interference in the 2016 election.On Sunday, Kennedy accused former Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko of “actively” working for Hillary Clinton during her 2016 campaign against President Trump.Also Read: 'Morning Joe': GOP Support of Ukraine Conspiracy Theory Is Like 'Living in an Alternate Universe'Moderator Chuck Todd pushed back then, saying, “You realize the only other person selling this argument outside of the United States is this man, Vladimir Putin. This is what he said on November 20: ‘Thank God nobody is accusing us anymore of interfering in U.S. elections. Now they’re accusing Ukraine. Well, let them sort this out among themselves.’ You just accused a former president of Ukraine. You’ve done exactly what the Russian operation is trying to get American politicians to do. Are you at all concerned that you’ve been duped?”Throughout Monday’s “Morning Joe,” the cable panelists made the same points, criticizing Republicans who fall in line to defend Trump. (That has been a months-long theme of the show, which is hosted by former GOP Rep. Joe Scarborough.)Also Read: 'Morning Joe' Accuses Pro-Trump Republicans of 'Shamelessness' After Impeachment Inquiry Vote“What about these Republicans, these so-called ‘conservatives?'” asked Scarborough, referencing his time in office. “People who stood by me as we fought against Russian influence and the spread of communism and fought for conservative values?”He slammed them for “going on national television, repeating Putin talking points. The United States Senate even gotta a warning from the intel agencies — Donald Trump’s intel agencies — that this is propaganda that Vladimir Putin has been trying to push for the past several years.”Watch the video above.Read original story ‘Morning Joe’ Rails Against Republicans ‘Repeating Putin Talking Points’ At TheWrap
Hilary Clinton scared the daylights out of the "The Daily Show" staff with her terrifying account of 2016 election results.
Scarborough and his Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski discussed the public treatment of Trump, who’s facing an impeachment inquiry, and it led to the pair trending on social media on Monday.
Joy Behar called Rep. Tulsi Gabbard a "useful idiot" after former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said she believes there's a democratic candidate that's a "favorite of the Russians."
Singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile has pulled out of the Fortune Most Powerful Woman Summit that begins today in Washington, D.C. She follows Hillary Clinton and "Surviving R. Kelly" executive producer Dream Hampton in exiting the summit over the inclusion of Kirstjen Nielsen, President Trump's former homeland security secretary, who shared responsibility for implementing his family separation […]
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Hillary Clinton fielded questions from "The View" co-hosts, including one about what she regretted most about her failed presidential campaign.
Hillary Clinton stopped by "The Late Show" Monday night, where she weighed in on the Trump impeachment inquiry.
The former presidential candidate also alluded to her marriage to Bill Clinton, saying, "it can be gutsy to stay."
She fired back a tweet after the president called the impeachment probe and whistleblower complaint "the greatest scam in the history of American politics."
Swift called out President Trump for "gaslighting the American public into being like, 'If you hate the president, you hate America.'"
Susan Sarandon’s commitment to Bernie Sanders is so strong that she’ll clap back at a troll’s personal attack on her with some policy.