Days before the 2008 Democratic presidential primary, a quaint cafe on the outskirts of this town witnessed the birth of the kinder, gentler Hillary Clinton — a persona that is now little more than a distant memory, as the former secretary of state embraces a more combative approach in her tooth-and-nail fight for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.
Republican presidential contender Chris Christie took a victory lap Sunday after landing some memorable punches in the previous night’s debate against Sen. Marco Rubio, hoping his combative performance will revive his campaign.
With the clock ticking down on the New Hampshire presidential primary, the Republican governors in the race are pulling out all the stops in hopes of delivering the sort of performance Tuesday that could help convince voters that they could be forces to be reckoned with moving forward.
The accusation that Ted Cruz used dirty tricks to win Iowa’s Republican caucuses has hounded him in New Hampshire and threatens to keep after him into South Carolina, inflicting damage on his campaign in that key Southern primary where he is a top contender.
New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen said Sunday that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was the only contender in the race with enough foreign policy experience to be an effective commander in chief, continuing to campaign for her two days ahead of the country’s first primary in her home turf.
Just two days before New Hampshire voters go to the polls, Hillary Clinton left the state Sunday to tour the devastated city of Flint, Michigan.
Hillary Clinton on Sunday denounced as “pathetic” Marco Rubio’s assertion that she would support abortion as late as the baby’s due date.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said Sunday that although he is running in the Republican presidential primaries, his support from Democrats shows his “ability to reassemble that old Reagan coalition.”
Marco Rubio defended his performance in Saturday night’s Republican presidential debate, saying he has raised a lot of money from it and would use the same tactics again.
Rev up Air Force One, it’s fundraising time again, along with symbolic moments and scenic views. In 48 hours President Obama departs the nation’s capital for points west and an extended stay. Here’s what’s on the big travel agenda, beginning Wednesday:
Chris Christie said Sunday that Marco Rubio’s performance at the Republican presidential candidates debate on Saturday demonstrated just how unprepared the Florida senator is to be president.
Sen. Bernard Sanders said Sunday that he doesn’t want support from “Bernie bros,” a group backing the Vermont senator who often attack his rival Hillary Clinton in crude and sexist ways.
Sen. Bernard Sanders on Sunday addressed comments from rival Hillary Clinton’s campaign that he might win New Hampshire just because he’s from neighboring Vermont.
Hillary Clinton said Sunday she isn’t sure if she could catch up to opponent Sen. Bernard Sanders going into the New Hampshire primary.
Donald Trump said Sunday that his second-place finish in the Iowa caucuses “wasn’t a loss” and that he anticipates winning the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.