Hillary Clinton is an American lawyer and politician who served as US first lady and later as a US senator and secretary of state. She was the first American lady to win a public office seat after getting elected to US Senate in 2001. She lost to Donald Trump in the Presidential election. More
Announcing her backing for the former US vice president on Tuesday during a Biden campaign virtual town hall to discuss the coronavirus and its effect on women, Clinton asserted that he is best suited to lead the country in these challenging times.
Clinton also warned that Russia would once again try to influence the presidential election in 2020, and said she would back any candidate taking on Trump.
The lawsuit, filed in the Southern District of New York on Wednesday, has also claimed that Hawaii Democrat Gabbard suffered an economic loss to be proven at trial.
Clinton also weighed in on the dispute between Sanders and 2020 Democratic presidential rival Elizabeth Warren centering around the electability of women, saying Sanders demonstrated "a pattern" in how his campaign attacked women rivals.
Clinton received an honorary doctorate from Queen's in October 2018.
Robert Mueller’s probe into poll rigging had confirmed that the Russian government did meddle considerably in the 2016 election with the aim of harming Clinton.
Trump's remarks came after a series of explosive devices discovered throughout the day on Wednesday.
The agency says neither Clinton nor Obama received the packages, and neither was at risk of receiving them because of screening procedures.
The study, published in the journal Leadership, suggests that the Republicans viewed Trump as strongly representing what they stand for creating party unity and success in the election.
US intelligence officials have said Russia orchestrated the hacking of Democratic officials to meddle with the 2016 presidential election.
The separations stem from a policy that turns all cases of people trying to enter the country illegally over for criminal prosecution.
Former FBI director James Comey mishandled FBI's Clinton email inquiry.
In a lengthy Facebook post, Clinton referred to her remarks at the India Today Conclave in Mumbai, saying her comments "in passing” about women "unfortunately" being more swayed by men in the 2016 Presidential elections got a lot of "negative attention."
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders yesterday slammed the then Democratic presidential nominee for her remarks at the India Today Conclave in Mumbai over the weekend in which she blamed the "backward parts of the US" for her loss in the election.
Clinton is scheduled to visit the state's erstwhile Holkar kingdom, where apart from a boat ride along the scenic Narmada river, she would also watch the world renowned Maheshwari saree being weaved, an art started by Queen Ahilya Bai to help the downtrodden, an official said.
Urging India to become more active and involved in the future of Asia, Clinton said much of the continent's future will be written by its people
"If you want to talk to Kim Jong Un about his nuclear weapons you need experienced diplomats," Clinton was quoted as telling Dutch tabloid Algemeen Dagblad in an interview published Saturday.
"Clinton will be in the city for a couple of days and she may visit nearby tourist places between March 11-13," Indore Deputy Inspector General (DIG) Harinarayanchari Mishra said.
Obama came out on top of the annual Gallup survey for the 10th year in a row while Clinton, who lost last year's presidential election to Donald Trump, was named the most admired woman for the 16th straight year.
Donald Trump, Jr revealed what he said was the "entire" chain of Twitter direct messages with WikiLeaks between September 2016 and July this year, in which the anti-secrecy group sought to feed information to the Trump campaign and enhance the impact of its Clinton releases.
First reported by The Washington Post, the dossier prepared by former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele and Fusion GPS has now has become a central focus of ongoing congressional probes into Russian election interference during the 2016 general election.
In April 2016, lawyer Marc Elias, working on behalf of the Clinton campaign and the DNC, retained Washington firm Fusion GPS to examine Trump's Russia links, according to the report.
"There is no need for us to be bellicose and aggressive (over North Korea)," said Clinton at a forum in the South Korean capital Seoul, stressing the need for greater pressure on North Korea and diplomacy to bring Pyongyang to talks.
Trump registered a shocking win over Clinton who was the Democratic candidate in the 2016 presidential elections.
The former secretary of state's devastating election loss to Trump remains raw and she again lashed out at WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his alleged role in damaging her candidacy.