Democrats were already sputtering with rage that Comey had gone all schoolmarm on Clinton back in July, questioning her judgment and trustworthiness. “He tried to portray himself as above the fray, someone who is not attuned to politics, someone who does not even reside in the same political universe as everyone else, that he’s holier than thou,” says a former Obama administration official.
The former senator and secretary of state has kept a low profile since her presidential loss in November to Donald Trump, staying largely silent on current politics. But she has been observing. Clinton told the crowd that, “Our country seems so divided right now. I do not believe that we can let political divides harden into personal divides.”
As Bernie Sanders slinks away from the role of progressive gadfly to that of Clinton surrogate, he leaves a trail of jobless impersonators and wig salesmen in his wake.
With President Obama’s unpopularity, Joe Biden is hitting the campaign trail to support House Democrats– and perhaps set the stage for an announcement about 2016.
The T.V. series “Madam Secretary” attracted the third highest number of viewers on Sunday night, according to Nielsen’s “fast affiliate ratings”.
By David Lauter, Tribune Washington Bureau WASHINGTON — New data from Gallup starkly illustrates how a racially tinged generation gap has shaped American politics in the Obama era — a reality that likely will hurt Democrats this year, even as it threatens to damage Republican prospects for the future. Americans 65 and older have become increasingly […]