This episode chronicles the Clinton’s rise to power in the 90s on a right-wing agenda, the Clinton Foundation’s revolving door with Gulf state monarchies, corporations and the world’s biggest financial institutions, and the establishment of the hyper-aggressive “Hillary Doctrine” while Secretary of State.
Perhaps even more troubling, the NBC/WSJ survey found that the negative ratings for the two presumptive nominees are the highest in the history of the poll. Fifty-four percent of those surveyed hold a negative opinion of Clinton and 58 percent have a negative opinion of Trump.
At the same time, Democratic challenger Bernie Sanders continues to best both Clinton and Trump in favorability ratings (43 percent hold a positive view of the Vermont senator versus 36 percent who have a negative view) and maintains a double-digit lead over the Republican candidate.
NBC/WSJ recorded Sanders ahead of Trump by 15 points.
For the period between May 13-19, the presumptive Republican nominee polled ahead of Clinton by a national average of 0.2 points. […]
Rep. John Ratcliffe grills Attorney General Loretta Lynch on her decision to not pursue criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her mishandling of highly classified national security material. Surprisingly, Lynch will not recuse herself from the Clinton Foundation investigation, and refuses to rule out if she will take a job offered by Clintons, confirming the worst suspicions of the American public. Rep. Trey Gowdy shows how the "lack of intent" specificity argument was not credible by explaining how involuntary manslaughter or reckless homicide also have no intent but are clearly illegal. […]
Where have we seen this attempt to use religious bigotry to garner votes before? Oh yeah. With Obama, 2008, when the Clinton camp spread rumors about Obama being a Muslim to stoke terrorist fears. Except Obama was not Muslim. More important than that, however, is that the thousands of emails just released are the smoking gun that will make the ongoing class-action lawsuit against the DNC for secret collusion with the Clinton campaign that much harder to defend against in the courts and in the court of public opinion. […]