At Hillary Clinton’s latest campaign stop in Oregon, the former first lady again refused to endorse any of the current Democrats running in the 2020 presidential primary, but she did highlight her experience with impeachment and essentially described herself as the ideal candidate to take on Trump in 2020.
Clinton and daughter Chelsea were at Portland’s Revolution Hall on Saturday to promote their new book about “gutsy women” when the moderator, local author Cheryl Strayed, brought up 2020, KGW8 reports.
Trump supporters facing hate from “inclusive” and “tolerant” liberals in academia is nothing new, but it’s now apparently evolved into personalized posters targeting individual students at the nation’s top universities.
Kathy Zhu, an “independent thinker” who attends the University of Michigan, shared her experience on campus in a Twitter post Tuesday.
Some congressional Democrats are backing former first lady Hillary Clinton in her war against Democrat presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, who she claims is being groomed by Russians to spoil the 2020 election.
The baseless allegation earned immediate scorn from across the political spectrum and sparked a furious response from the representative from Hawaii, while some folks like Illinois Congressman Mike Quigley refuse to denounce Clinton’s smear.
Latino-owned businesses are thriving in Trump’s America, with explosive growth over the last year in particular.
The average revenue for Latino-owned businesses jumped 46.5 percent in fiscal year 2019 to $479,413 – an increase of about $150,000 over 2018, according to an annual study by Biz2Credit, a small business financing company.
The online lender used its platform to analyze 2,900 Hispanic-owned businesses and 32,000 other companies that submitted funding requests, focusing on only those with 250 employees or fewer and under $10 million in annual revenues.
Fox News, Gallup, The Hill, Politico, The Washington Post and countless other media are pushing polls that allege a majority of Americans want to launch an impeachment inquiry to remove President Trump, but there’s another poll that’s getting much less attention.
And it helps explain why House Speaker Nancy Pelosi won’t hold a vote to get the process going.
A new Emerson Polling survey conducted October 13-16 finds 44 percent of likely Iowa voters don’t support impeachment. Thirty-nine percent said they do support impeachment, while about 9 percent were unsure.
Only 5.8 percent of those surveyed said impeachment was the most important issue.
In what could be a new category of reality television, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi today floated the idea of making “recordings” of meetings with President Trump, an idea she has previously sought to avoid.
While speaking to reporters abut a photo taken during her meeting with the president yesterday, which showed her standing over the table as Trump sat, Pelosi called for more transparency.