Hillary Clinton

GOP insiders: Maybe Trump can win

Steven Shepard, Politico

According to The POLITICO Caucus — a panel of activists, operatives and strategists in 11 battleground states, 10 of which President Barack Obama carried in 2012. While a majority of GOP insiders still say Clinton would carry their state if the election were held today, significantly more Republicans now say Trump would win than even just a few weeks ago.

The Clinton Strategy Behind Liberal Media Attacks On Matt Lauer

The liberal scalding of Matt Lauer by his fellow “journalists” is part of the Clinton’s final 60-day strategy of coordinated attacks on anyone (especially in the media) who questions Hillary Clinton on her vulnerabilities on the email scandal, the foundation scandal, her disastrous decisions on Libya, Benghazi, Iraq, etc.  and was a warning to the rest of the media community and especially to the moderators of the upcoming official Commission on Presidential Debates that impartiality will not be tolerated.

Hillary Clinton Rope-a-Dopes Matt Lauer

If “I don’t remember” was Hillary Clinton’s most common answer to the FBI during the notorious softball interview that led the agency to give her a pass on the criminal charges of which she is so obviously guilty, “that was a mistake” was the first and perhaps most common answer she gave moderator Matt Lauer during last night’s “Commander in Chief” forum.

Comey Tries To Justify Giving Hillary Clinton Get Out of Jail Free Card

It is apparent that some in FBI management blindly followed what they were told to do — exonerate Hillary Clinton. The decision was so damaging to morale that you know things are bad at the FBI when Director James Comey releases a memo to all employees justifying his decision not to file charges against Hillary Clinton, but that’s exactly what happened yesterday.

Mark Levin reverses: ‘I’m gonna vote for Donald Trump’

Joe Concha, The Hill

After once declaring he could never support Donald Trump as the Republican nominee, Mark Levin changed his mind with a big announcement on his radio program Tuesday. Levin's endorsement comes five months after unequivocally stating, "I am not voting for Donald Trump. Period.”

Did Hillary Clinton hold a press conference? Journalists debate

Sarah Westwood, Washington Examiner

Hillary Clinton's question-and-answer sessions with reporters aboard her campaign jet sparked a debate Tuesday about whether the interactions qualified as press conferences.Critics argued the media interaction did not qualify as a press conference in the traditional sense because the event was not advertised in advance, thereby excluding most members of the press and preventing the reporters who were present from preparing questions.

About That ‘SECRET’ Email Sidney Blumenthal Sent To Hillary Clinton

Chuck Ross, Daily Caller

The FBI’s report, released Friday, reveals for the first time that one of the emails contained information the government considers to have been classified as soon as it hit Clinton’s inbox. Clinton and the State Department have downplayed the presence of classified information in her emails by pointing out that most of the information has been classified retroactively through a process called “up classification.”

Yes, Hillary Clinton’s Health Is a Relevant Campaign Issue

Erick Erickson, The Resurgent

It is significant that a major party Presidential candidate, interviewed by the FBI, blamed a sketchy memory on a concussion. That concussion, stemming from a fall during a bout of flu, seems to be a relevant issue if she is going to blame memory loss on it. After all, the American left tells us that in the NFL concussions have a cumulative effect. Do they not in Presidential races?

Questions about Hillary’s health

Wesley Pruden, Washington Times

The questions the Hillary campaign are trying to put off limits now are the legitimate questions about Hillary’s health. She has a well-documented record of coughing fits, fainting, stumbling up and down stairs, and uncontrolled giggling and snorting at inappropriate times. There may be good and sufficient reasons for all that, but it’s not against anybody’s rules to ask what they are.

Even Worse Than Clinton's Emails

William McGurn, Wall Street Journal

Welcome to modern Washington, just two months away from a presidential election. It’s possible, of course, that the people who believe the system is rigged and that their government has taken sides against them are wrong. But the most disquieting possibility is that it isn’t crazy to think they might be right.

Trump up by 2 points in new national poll

Kyle Balluck, The Hill

Trump leads Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton by 2 points among likely voters, 45 to 43 percent, well within the margin of error in the CNN/ORC poll released Tuesday morning. Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson takes 7 percent while Green Party nominee Jill Stein has 2 percent. Clinton had an 8-point lead in the same poll in early August.

Democratic Pollster Finds Clinton Struggling With Black Voters

Alex Pfeiffer, Daily Caller

The focus groups were organized by Cornell Belcher of Brilliant Corner Research & Strategy. Belcher previously worked as a pollster for the Democratic National Committee. He found that Hillary is underperforming with black voters in the key states of Ohio and Florida and that they didn’t feel compelled to vote for her out of disdain for Donald Trump.

Washington’s First Obligation is to Defend America, not the World

Former NATO Secretary General, Anders Fogh Rasmussen’s greatest fear appears to be that Donald Trump might be elected and end Washington’s unique global role: “What is at stake here is the American role as the global superpower.” Meaning America should continue to foot the bill in lives and treasure to protect countries that can and should protect themselves.

Can Anxiety Beat Depression in November?

Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal

But if the polls are right, things are moving, and not in Mrs. Clinton’s direction. I’d thought people’s views of Mr. Trump were by now indelible and unchangeable: He’d been branded, by himself. Maybe that’s true. We’ll know in retrospect. But maybe he can nudge his numbers a little. Can Mrs. Clinton?

Hillary Is Bombing In Her Signature Demographic

Kimberley Ross, RedState

Poor Hillary. Women in general haven't been as enamored with the glass ceiling as your typical gender studies major feminist. It could be sexism, but it isn't. Disliking Mrs. Clinton has everything to do with the dishonesty rampant in her professional and personal life over many years. And if there's anything us women despise it's a serial liar among us.

The Party of Stupid Allows Clinton Foundation Member Matt Lauer to Moderate Debate

What would make Republican candidates for President agree to a debate moderated by Matt Lauer, a “Notable Member” of the Clinton Global Initiative, or George Stephanopoulos, the former press secretary of a Democratic president, or the likes of CNN’s notoriously liberal host Anderson Cooper? Besides rank stupidity, it is hard to think of a reason.