Tag: 2016 Democratic Primary

WikiLeaks: DNC Co-Chairman Was ‘Firmly in Hillary’s Corner’ in 2015

One of the emails to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta disclosed by WikiLeaks was sent by Democratic National Committee co-chairman Frank White on August 24, 2015, assuring Podesta that White and his wife, Sylvia, were “firmly in Hillary’s corner, and happy to help communicate how passionate Obama bundlers like us are about making sure Hillary is President in 2016.”

Green Party Convention: ‘Democratic Party Does Not Give a Flying F**k About You’

YahNé Ndgo, a featured speaker and a self-described “Bernie Lover,” asked convention goers at the Green Party Nominating Convention in Houston, “Are you going to try to go inside there and reform this [Democratic] Party, that has demonstrated in every way, with every opportunity, that they really do not give a flying f**k about what it is you care about?” “And for me, that’s not a hard decision,” Ndgo said.

DNC Employee Emailed Passwords Twice Over Hacked Server

PHILADELPHIA – After first discovering and acknowledging that a website run by the Democratic National Committee was hacked in April, the same DNC press secretary sent out the password to the DNC’s system on the Committee’s possibly compromised email server not once but twice.

NYT’s Jonathan Martin: Dems Have Set Up Primary to Favor Hillary

Sunday on CNN’s “Inside Politics,” New York Times reporter Jonathan Martin suggested that the Democratic primary has been rigged in Hillary Clinton’s favor, noting that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) won Wyoming Saturday, but got the same amount of delegates as Clinton. “The problem

Bernie Sanders California (Danny Moloshok / Associated Press)

Sanders: ‘We Are Making Significant Inroads’ in Hillary’s Lead

While celebrating successful Democratic caucuses Saturday, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) told an excited crowd in Madison, WI that his campaign is making a “significant” dent in fellow Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s lead. “We are making significant inroads in Secretary Clinton’s lead,

***Horse Race LiveWire*** Welcome to Super Saturday

Ted Cruz won the most delegates on Super Saturday by winning Kansas and Maine. Donald Trump picked up wins in Kentucky and Louisiana and promptly called on Rubio, who did not even finish in second in any state, to drop out of the race.