HILLARY Clinton became the first American first lady to ever win public office when she was elected to the US Senate in 2001. Here's everything we know about the Democrat, her failed White House bid, and what she had to say about her campaign cash donor Harvey Weinstein. How old is Hillary Clinton? Hillary Clinton, 70, was born on October 26, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois. She became the first American first lady to ever win public office when she was elected to the US Senate in 2001.She went on to become the 67th US secretary of state in 2009, serving until 2013. And she became the first woman in US history to be named as the presidential nominee of a major political party in 2016. How is Hillary Clinton's health? Speculation around Clinton’s health resurfaced after she was again seen wearing a huge coat amid rumours she's hiding a back brace. The former US presidential candidate attended a memorial service dressed in the blue jacket, which she teamed with a US flag-patterned … [Read more...] about How old is Hillary Clinton and what happened in the US election?
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Hillary Clinton waves outside the BBC yesterday where she spoke to Radio 4 and 5Live and slammed the 'shameful' delay in release of report probing Russian interference in British politics Hillary Clinton today slammed the 'shameful' delay in releasing a report probing Russian interference in British politics saying 'people deserve to know' its findings before the election. She told the BBC she is 'dumbfounded' by the decision and believes 'every person who votes' in the UK should see it before Britain goes to the polls on December 12. The former presidential candidate spoke out while touring British radio studios with her daughter Chelsea promoting their new book 'Gutsy Women'. The BBC has been accused of 'rolling out the red carpet' for Mrs Clinton who herself has been accused of 'interfering' in British politics during the general election campaign. The report by the Intelligence and Security Committee (ISC) was sent to the Prime Minister for approval on October 17 … [Read more...] about Hillary Clinton slams ‘shameful’ delay in release of report probing Russian interference in British politics saying ‘people deserve to know’ its findings BEFORE the election
Congressional Republicans said on Monday that weeks of closed-door impeachment testimony have not established that President Donald Trump pressed Ukraine to investigate his political rivals for his own benefit or that he has committed an impeachable offense. As the Democratic-led investigation heads into a critical new public phase this week, Republican staff of the House of Representatives Intelligence, Oversight and Foreign Affairs committees released an 18-page memo to update party lawmakers on evidence gathered to date. 'The body of evidence to date does not support the Democrat allegation that President Trump pressured Ukraine to conduct investigations into the president's political rivals for his political benefit in the 2020 election,' said the memo, which was reviewed by Reuters. Republicans in Congress will argue that President Trump did not do anything that rises to the level of an impeachable offense. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is seen left. House Minority … [Read more...] about GOP plans to defend Trump by saying Democrats didn’t prove ‘impeachable offense’ and that Ukraine was biased toward Hillary Clinton
The Trump Campaign viewed the Russian hack of Democratic Party emails damaging to Hillary Clinton on the eve of the 2016 election as a 'gift' that brought them 'happiness,' a court heard today. Former campaign official Rick Gates told Roger Stone's lying-to-Congress trial that senior colleagues held 'brainstorming' sessions to decide what to do about the plundered material before it was released. Months after Stone first predicted the explosive development in private conversations, the likes of former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort were growing skeptical it would ever happen, Gates said. But he told the court staffers reacted with elation and incredulity when WikiLeaks finally dumped the stolen trove online, viewing it as a 'leg up' to Trump's chances of getting into the White House. 'It was, for one, happiness, that we were going to have some information on a competing campaign. In a way it was a gift that we had not sought,' Gates said. 'We were kind of in disbelief … [Read more...] about Donald Trump said MORE WikiLeaks emails were coming after call with Roger Stone in wake of first tranche’s release, says 2016 campaign deputy Rick Gates – despite president claiming he had ‘no memory’ of the talks
The $85-billion (78-billion euro) purchase of Time Warner by US telecoms giant AT&T drew skepticism from Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and others immediately after it had been announced on Sunday. During a speech on Saturday, Republican candidate Donald Trump reacted to speculation about the merger, saying he would block the takeover because it meant "too much concentration of power in the hands of the too powerful and few." A statement released by his campaign on Sunday was even terser in its language, saying: "Donald Trump will break up the new media conglomerate oligopolies that have gained enormous control over our information." The billionaire businessman has repeatedly railed against the media's role in what he has described as a "rigged" election. His economic advisor Peter Navarro said that Trump would never approve a deal that would allow "the original and abusive telephone monopoly to buy Time Warner and thus the wildly anti-Trump CNN." Rare case of unity Trump's … [Read more...] about Trump, Clinton camps wary of AT&T, Time Warner merger