From Chris Cillizza writing at the Washington Post:
The single biggest threat to Hillary Clinton’s chances of being elected president next November — more so than any one running against her in the Democratic primary or even her future Republican general election opponent — is a sense among the electorate that the bad of putting another Clinton in office outweighs the good.
What Clinton cannot have — if she wants to win — is lots of voters saying some variant of this: “I like her and I think she’d probably be a good president. But, I just don’t want to go through all of that stuff again.” Which is why today is a not-at-all-good day for Clinton’s presidential hopes.
There’s this from the New York Times: “Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company.”
This from the Post: “For Clintons, speech income shows how their wealth is intertwined with charity.”
And this from Politico: “Hillary Clinton struggles to contain media barrage on foreign cash.”
Read the rest of the story at the Washington Post.