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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks at a voter registration rally October 4, 2016 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. / AFP / Brendan Smialowski        (Photo credit should read BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

Hillary: ‘Kids Are Scared By the Rhetoric They Are Hearing’

Thursday in Winston-Salem, NC, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said kids were “scared by the rhetoric they are hearing” from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Clinton said, “This has been a hard election. At times, it’s gotten pretty ugly, hasn’t


Chuck Todd on the Clinton Foundation: ‘Shut It Down’

Thursday on WGN Radio, while discussing the latest WikiLeaks, which exposed former president Bill Clinton’s aggressive lobbing for large speaking fees from donors to the Clinton Foundation, NBC’s “Meet The Press” host Chuck Todd said the Clinton Foundation needs to


Trump: Hillary Has Less Energy Than Jeb Bush

Wednesday in Charlotte, NC, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has less energy than former GOP primary candidate Jeb Bush. Trump said, “Hillary said, ‘Donald Trump took time off the campaign.’ Can you believe it?


Trump: I’m Ready to Go Over $100 Million in the Campaign

Wednesday on CNN’s “Wolf,” when asked about funding his campaign, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said, “I will have over $100 million in, I’m willing to invest more than that.” Partial transcript as follows: DANA BASH, CNN CHIEF POLITICAL CORRESPONDENT: 


Janet Napolitano: ‘Arizona ‘Definitely In Play’

Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” the former Obama administration Secretary of Homeland Security and formerGov. Janet Napolitano (D-AZ) said the normally red state of Arizona was “definitely in play” in this year’s presidential election between Democratic presidential nominee Hillary


Biden: Dems Stopped Talking to White Working Class Voters

Tuesday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” Vice President Joe Biden said Democrats stopped talking to white working class voters. Partial transcript as follows: MATTHEWS: Back as recently as 1996, 44% of the white working class working people voted Democrat. They voted for


Glenn Beck to Charlie Rose: Trump Is a Sociopath

Monday on PBS’s “Charlie Rose” radio talk show host ‪Glenn Beck declared Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to be a sociopath. When asked what the indication is that Trump is a sociopath, Beck said, “Have you seen him during the last


Madeleine Albright: Trump Is Living in a ‘Parallel Universe’

Monday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump lives in “a parallel universe.” Albright said, “I have been in nine states. We have talked to a lot of people. The

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David Axelrod: Hillary Doesn’t Have a Core Message

Sunday on CBS’s ‘Face The Nation,” former chief strategist for Barack Obama’s presidential campaigns David Axelrod said Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton doesn’t have a “core message.” When asked if a core message is still a challenge for Clinton’s campaign,


Bob Woodward on the Clinton Foundation: ‘It’s Corrupt’

On this weekend’s broadcast of “Fox New Sunday,” veteran journalist Bob Woodward said Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s family organization the Clinton Foundation was “corrupt.” Partial transcript as follows: WALLACE: Then there are the allegations about the Clinton Foundation and pay to


Jan Brewer Defends Trump — ‘He’s Been Waterboarded’

Sunday on CNN’s “State of the Union,” when asked about Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Saturday in Gettysburg, PA promising to sue the women who have alleged sexual misconduct against him, former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R-AZ) said, “He’s