2008 vote for Hillary Clinton subject of attacks on Trump-aligned Republican – Chron.com


Chron.com

2008 vote for Hillary Clinton subject of attacks on Trump-aligned Republican
Chron.com
In 2008, Wall said it is true that she switched races to vote for Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary to drag out the primary season for then leading candidate Barack Obama. The hope was by keeping Clinton in the race, Republicans would force ...

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DNC overhaul sputters as Sanders-Clinton rivalries persist – Politico


Politico

DNC overhaul sputters as Sanders-Clinton rivalries persist
Politico
One year into Tom Perez's project to save the Democratic National Committee from complete collapse, officials are beginning to dig out of the hole left by Debbie Wasserman Schultz's mismanagement, Barack Obama's indifference, Russian hacking and the ...

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DNC overhaul sputters as Sanders-Clinton rivalries persist – Politico Kitimi Elections

Letter: Car headed for leftside ditch needs hard pull to the right – The Mercury News


The Mercury News

Letter: Car headed for leftside ditch needs hard pull to the right
The Mercury News
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton waves to supporters with Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-. (AP Photo/Jim Cole). Letter writer says our country is much better off with President Trump than with Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders ...

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Barack Obama beats Donald Trump for most admired man, Hillary Clinton tops list again in Gallup poll – 9NEWS.com


9NEWS.com

Barack Obama beats Donald Trump for most admired man, Hillary Clinton tops list again in Gallup poll
9NEWS.com
Former President Barack Obama is still America's most admired man, according to Gallup's Most Admired Man and Woman poll published Wednesday. Obama, who also held the title every year of his presidency and the year he was elected, beat out president ...

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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump to most admired American – PinkNews


PinkNews

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump to most admired American
PinkNews
And now it seems like his presidential authority has been damaged by the unpopularity – as a new poll reveals his predecessor is still more popular. . Barack Obama edged his successor as the most admired man in America for 2017, a Gallup poll found ...

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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump to most admired American – PinkNews Kitimi Elections

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump to most admired American – PinkNews


PinkNews

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump to most admired American
PinkNews
And now it seems like his presidential authority has been damaged by the unpopularity – as a new poll reveals his predecessor is still more popular. . Barack Obama edged his successor as the most admired man in America for 2017, a Gallup poll found ...

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Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton beat Donald Trump to most admired American – PinkNews Kitimi Elections

Sorry, Trump: Your arch-nemeses Obama and Clinton are still “most admired” Americans – Salon


Salon

Sorry, Trump: Your arch-nemeses Obama and Clinton are still “most admired” Americans
Salon
The current U.S. president usually ranks number one on Gallup's annual “Most Admired” poll. Yet this year, former president Barack Obama snagged the spot as “Most Admired Man”—and Hillary Clinton won the title “Most Admired Woman." Ironically, the two ...

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Sorry, Trump: Your arch-nemeses Obama and Clinton are still “most admired” Americans – Salon Kitimi Elections

Racism is alive and well, but it’s not why Trump is president – Washington Examiner


Washington Examiner

Racism is alive and well, but it's not why Trump is president
Washington Examiner
According to the data, the electorate in 2016 was less racist than it was in 2012 – and this includes less racism from Republicans, and it includes the fact that the coalition that voted for Barack Obama was much more racist than the one that voted for ...

Racism is alive and well, but it’s not why Trump is president – Washington Examiner Kitimi Elections