2016 presidential race


AGAIN: PolitiFact Fails to Whitewash Hillary Clinton Uranium Scandal

Purported fact-checking outlet PolitiFact has run another Uranium One-Rosatom-Clinton State Department story first reported by The New York Times (NYT) and based on research from the NYT bestseller Clinton Cash. The article flat-out ignores several key facts and conflicts of interest, potentially damaging to the Democratic presidential nominee.

FILE- In this Wednesday, January 12, 2011 file photo, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, talks to Gulf Cooperation Council Foreign Ministers during a meeting in Doha, Qatar. For the Middle East, Hillary Clinton is a known commodity. While presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s comments on banning …

Hillary’s Deplorables: 7 Foreign Dictators and Anti-LGBT Nations Hillary Bagged Millions From

When Hillary Clinton described half of the Americans supporting Donald Trump as a “basket of deplorables” made up of “racist, sexist, homophobic, xenophobic, Islamophobic” people, she opened herself up to criticism about her own “deplorables”: The repressive regimes that gave millions to the Clinton Foundation, many of those high-dollar donations flooding in while Clinton was serving as Secretary of State.

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Hiding Hillary to Skip Final Clinton Global Initiative Conference

Hillary Clinton will not attend the 2016 Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) conference later this month, according to the Daily Mail. The Democratic party nominee’s aides said Clinton is not listed on the summit’s agenda, and is expected to avoid the New York-based confab.

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Bernie Sanders Defiant: ‘We’re Gonna Win California!’

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) held one of the last rallies of his California primary campaign in the Bay Area on Monday, where he defied the Associated Press projection of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic nominee regardless of Tuesday’s result.

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Bernie Sanders Predicts Contested Convention in July

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) predicted Sunday that Hillary Clinton would not receive enough pledged delegates to cinch the Democratic Party’s nomination, and that the Democratic Party’s July convention in Philadelphia would be contested.

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GOP Vice Chair: California Primary Will Pick GOP Nominee

Harmeet Dhillon, who serves as Vice Chair of the California Republican Party and is a candidate for the Republican National Committee, urged the GOP to rally behind whoever the presidential nominee is, adding that the June 7 California primary could decide who that person will be.

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CA Primary: ‘Silent’ Republicans More Powerful than They Realize

California’s heavily Democratic electorate and waning Republican presence might appear to limit the chances of a Republican garnering much delegate support in the state’s upcoming June primary elections. However, a hidden facet of the Golden State’s delegate system for the Republicans reveals that less could actually be more.

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Sanders in LA: I Would Beat Trump by Wider Margin than Clinton

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) sat down for an interview with the Los Angeles Times editorial board this week and claimed that he would be a better general election candidate than rival Hillary Clinton.

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Wall Street Establishment Prepares to Wage War Against ‘Teflon’ Trump

Wall Street’s Marco Rubio and establishment-supporting Republican power elite are preparing to wage a full-on war on Donald Trump in an attempt to dethrone the billionaire Republican presidential frontrunner from securing the party’s nomination. And money will reportedly not be an issue.


Watch: Romney Full Remarks on Trump, 2016 Presidential Race

Thursday in speech from Salt Lake City, UT, former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-UT) addressed his concerns with the 2016 Republican presidential contest for the nomination, including remarks critical of current party front-runner Donald Trump. Romney also emphasized what he thought