"But I can say to the best of my knowledge ... that the people they accused or implied gave money to the foundation just so they could have some in with Hillary did not do that. That's simply not true."
Former Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland told a crowd in Dayton Monday that Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine is prepared to assume the office of commander-in-chief if necessary. "I've known Senator Kaine for quite some time and he is wonderfully prepared to be the vice president or the president if that ever became necessary," Strickland, the Democratic candidate for Senate, declared as he introduced Kaine at a rally.
The Clinton campaign's delayed disclosure of the Democratic nominee's pneumonia diagnosis has not impacted the president's support for her, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said at Monday's briefing.
Hillary Clinton's campaign will release additional medical records this week to ease heightened concerns surrounding the Democratic candidate's health, after she was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday. Clinton campaign spokesperson Brian Fallon told MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell on Monday that they will be releasing more information on the state of her health in the next couple of days.
James Woolsey, who served as CIA director in President Bill Clinton's administration, will serve Donald Trump as a senior adviser on national security, defense and intelligence, the campaign announced today. Woolsey appeared on CNN shortly after the announcement, saying he joined the Trump campaign because he favors the Republican candidate's defense budget proposal.
Hillary Clinton's campaign on Monday acknowledged that it could have done a better job handling how it communicated about the Democratic candidate's health scare over the weekend, after coming under fire for failing to disclose that she was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday.
Hillary Clinton said on Friday that Donald Trump's recent praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin is "beyond one's imagination," adding that the Republican presidential candidate's statements are "reckless and dangerous." Clinton's comments, made to reporters after her meeting with national security advisers, come after Trump asserted on Wednesday that Putin is a stronger leader than President Barack Obama.
Vice President Joe Biden wants Donald Trump to stop complimenting Russian President Vladimir Putin, telling reporters on Friday that some of the GOP nominee's comments have put U.S. leaders in "a real difficult position in other parts of the world." Biden's remark, which he made in St.
NBC's Matt Lauer was pummeled by fellow journalists for what many saw as his kid-gloves treatment of Donald Trump during the Commander-in-Chief Forum earlier this week. But Trump didn't mind. Story Continued Below The Republican nominee, veering off the teleprompter at the Values Voter Summit on Friday, offered high praise for Lauer while slamming Hillary Clinton for what Trump deemed her own sub-par performance at the forum.
Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell said he feels vindicated by the Justice Department's decision to drop his corruption prosecution, insisting to NBC's Chuck Todd that he never believed anything he did was illegal. McDonnell appeared in an interview with Todd that aired Friday, just a day after the Justice Department announced they would not pursue another public corruption case against him.
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Selecting a term
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