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President Barack Obama (R) and former President Bill Clinton (L) walk off Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base on September 30, 2016 in Joint Base Andrews, Maryland.

John Podesta: Obama ‘Prissy’ About Raising Money For Super PAC

“Get Priorities functional. Use this to scare our people into giving bigger sums,” John Podesta wrote. He also advised that it might be time to rely on Bill Clinton and Barack Obama to encourage bigger donations to the Super PAC, but added that the president was “prissy” about the ethics behind it.

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Hillary Clinton: ‘Boy, Do I Care A Lot About Our Constitution’

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton spoke about the rule of law in the United States, and professed her love on the Constitution, during a campaign rally in Pittsburg. “Boy, do I care a lot about our Constitution,” she said, citing her experience traveling the world as Secretary of State.

Hillary Clinton shakes hands with Donald Trump while attending the annual Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria on October 20, 2016 in New York City.The white-tie dinner, which benefits Catholic charities and celebrates former Governor of New York Al Smith, has been attended by presidential candidates since 1960 and gives the candidates an opportunity to poke fun at themselves and each other. (Photo by

Wealthy New York Elite Boo Donald Trump at Al Smith Dinner

Donald Trump earned multiple laughs for the first ten minutes at the Al Smith Dinner, sharing a few self-deprecating jokes as well as politicians and the media. But when he turned the jokes to Clinton, he was booed. At one point, some in the audience started booing before he was even able to finish his jokes.


Again! White House Dodges Details Of Robert Creamer Visits With Obama

“I don’t know if we’ve had the time to go back and look at every individual visit,” explained Deputy White House Press Secretary Eric Schultz in response to questions from reporters about the unusually high number of Creamer’s White House visits. Schultz discussed the issue with reporters on Air Force One on the president’s trip to Florida