At an event hosted by the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Democratic candidate for president Sen. Bernie Sanders made it clear he is against open borders because it drives down the wages of American workers.
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The latest batch comes amid continued scrutiny of the Democratic candidate’s use of private email when she was secretary of State.
Two “super PACs” that support Hillary Rodham Clinton have agreed to raise money together, in a show of unity that could make it simpler for donors to give to both.
On Friday, Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign released a health care statement revealing that the former Secretary of State has hypothyroidism as well as allergies, and is taking Armour Thyroid. It also stated that the 67-year-old Democratic candidate has allergies and is taking antihistamines, vitamin B12 and Coumadin.
Former Md. Gov. Martin O’Malley, speaking at National Urban League conference, outlines criminal justice proposals he would enact as president, incl. job training in federal prisons, expanding drug treatment, financing body and cruiser cameras for police departments.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Friday called for lifting the embargo on Cuba, saying closer relations with the island nation will bring about change and new freedoms.
The campaign posts a 2,000-word open letter decrying the “egregious” article.
Hillary Clinton will call for the United States to lift the Cuban embargo today at a speech at Florida International University in Miami today at 11am.
The Democrat’s doctor declared Hillary Clinton’s personal physician declared her in “excellent physical condition,” saying in a letter Friday that the former secretary of state had overcome a blood clot in her head discovered after she suffered a consussion in late 2012.her in ‘excellent physical condition’
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Jeb Bush and his aides had envisioned a big, inclusive, high-minded speech about race on Friday in his home state of Florida, a chance to bring his message of colorblind opportunity to a prestigious group of African-American leaders.