Speaking to Esquire magazine in a long profile published Sunday, Sen. John McCain argued that Hillary Clinton should stop rehashing the 2016 presidential election. But McCain is working on a memoir of his own.
The former congressman who, as head of a House committee, grilled Hillary Clinton relentlessly says he knows he’s in her new book but feels no need to read it.
Clinton offered a scathing analysis of Trump’s psyche during a Monday interview with NPR’s Terry Gross, calling him “a very emotionally strange man.”
President Trump “has such a limited understanding of the world,” that he has opened himself up to be “played” by authoritarians he like North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to his former presidential rival Hillary Clinton.
The former Democratic nominee fired back at the president after both he and the White House slammed her explanation for her loss in the 2016 election.
Hillary Clinton isn’t buying Donald Trump Jr.’s latest explanation for meeting a Kremlin-connected lawyer during the presidential campaign.
Clinton says Comey's decision to inform Congress that he had reopened the federal investigation into her use of a private email server on the eve of the 2016 election ultimately cost her the presidency.
Hillary Clinton says Bernie Sanders’s reluctance to quickly endorse her following the 2016 Democratic primary was disrespectful, hurtful and stood in stark contrast to the way she handled her primary loss to Barack Obama in 2008.
Hillary Clinton calls candidate Donald Trump "flagrantly sexist" in her soon-to-be-released book reflecting on the 2016 presidential election.
The Vermont senator says he isn’t interested in rehashing the 2016 presidential race and is too busy protecting progressive interests from Trump’s legislative agenda.
In her soon-to-be-released 2016 election memoir, Hillary Clinton takes on her numerous enemies and opponents — and supporters, including then-Vice President Joe Biden, who criticized her campaign for its supposed neglect of middle-class voters. CNN was able to buy an early copy of “What Happened,” Clinton’s firsthand account of her election loss to President Trump, which is scheduled to go on sale next week. “Joe Biden said the Democratic Party in 2016 ‘did not talk about what it always stood for — and that was how to maintain a burgeoning middle class,'” Clinton wrote.
“I am proud to be a Democrat," the former Democratic nominee writes in her upcoming campaign memoir. "And I wish Bernie were, too.”
The book is weeks away, but the title and cover of the candidate’s campaign memoir have already been found wanting by detractors.
“Like tobacco, Facebook is a dangerous product one uses at one’s own risk.”
“A key reason why this latest scandal feels more significant is that politicians on both sides of the aisle feel deceived.”
“These are clearly problems of scale, which Facebook has had many years to deal with and has been fundamentally unable to.”
“We need to recognize the danger we’re in. We need to shake the notion that Facebook is a normal company.”
“Facebook is in trouble … It’s a cloud of existential dread that hangs over an organization whose best days are behind it.”