Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani on Wednesday predicted that hackers could release incriminating emails from Hillary Clinton before the November election, or extort or threaten Mrs. Clinton if they decide to hang onto them.
One of the Bush brothers has made it official — not only will he not vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump, but he’s backing the Libertarian ticket.
Supporters of Sen. Bernard Sanders at the Democratic National Convention say the first two days’ worth of speakers have done little to win their support, and a majority say the haranguing from the stage has made them “less enthusiastic” about supporting the ticket in November.
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump said Wednesday that he hopes the hackers that stole internal communications at the Democratic National Committee were also able to unearth the emails that Hillary Clinton deleted from the private server she used as secretary of state.
Former Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner said he’s willing to come out of retirement if Donald Trump Jr. were to enter the race for New York City mayor.
Sen. John McCain said Wednesday he is sticking by the Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump despite “strong” differences over national security, notably the mogul’s suggestions that he would check whether NATO member countries had fulfilled their financial obligations before coming to their aid.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe said on Wednesday that Hillary Clinton’s position on the Trans-Pacific Partnership “will not change,” a day after he predicted Mrs. Clinton would shift on the trade pact after the election.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden said on Wednesday that Donald Trump knows “nothing” about foreign policy and that he’s playing into the hands of Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Donald Trump’s campaign chairman said on Wednesday the Republican presidential nominee has no financial relationships with Russian oligarchs and that more attention should be paid to the security issues surrounding Hillary Clinton’s private email server.
Diehard supporters of Sen. Bernard Sanders stormed media tents and staged a sit-in Tuesday night minutes after Hillary Clinton officially claimed the party’s presidential nomination, injecting another round of drama into the convention and pouring cold water on claims Democrats are fully uniting behind their White House nominee.
President Obama said Wednesday that Republicans are being unfair with their “troubling” accusations that Hillary Clinton committed crimes by jeopardizing national security with her private email server.
Donald Trump seized on Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s comments that Hillary Clinton will flip and support the Trans-Pacific Partnership almost as quickly as Mrs. Clinton’s team disavowed them, pointing out that he’s warned in the past of her looming betrayal on the issue.
President Obama said it’s possible that Russian President Vladimir Putin tried to help Republican nominee Donald Trump by hacking emails from the Democratic National Committee, and called Mr. Trump’s candidacy “scary.”
Vice President Joseph R. Biden said he simply knows pro-Bernie Sanders folks who say they can’t vote for Hillary Clinton will ultimately come around.
Hillary Clinton is using the Democratic National Convention to aggressively woo minority voters, whom she is relying on to put her over the top in November, and she enlisted President Obama to spearhead the effort with a keynote speech Wednesday.