The Long Campaign: Republican presidential hopefuls gathered in New Hampshire this weekend opened fire on their prime target; Hillary Clinton. Rand Paul got a standing ovation when he said about Clinton’s performance in the attack on the Benghazi consulate, “I think her dereliction of duty, her not doing her job should forever preclude her from holding high office.”
Nation: Laying the groundwork for what could turn into a big fight, leaders of Congressional tax writing policy agreed yesterday to give President Obama “fast track” authority to strike a trade deal with 11 other Pacific countries. The bill gives Congress an up or down vote on the final agreement,
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush shot an elbow at Clinton saying, “Accomplishment matters; leadership matters. Who sits behind the big desk as it relates to the presidency is different than perhaps United States senator or another job.” That would be Secretary of State.
Jeez, Really: In a rare moment of public frustration, President Obama yesterday lashed out at Congressional Republicans over their refusal to call a vote on the nomination of Loretta Lynch to become Attorney General. “There are times where the dysfunction in the Senate just goes too far. This is an...Read more
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It's Been Said
Republicans today promised that there will be a "seamless transition of hatred" if President Obama is succeeded in office by Hillary Clinton.