Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton is an American politician, born in Chicago in 1947.

3 Jan, 2016
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Clinton ‘Two Faced,’ ‘Liar,’

Interview

In an interview with Klein, Jones criticizes Hillary Clinton’s statements about standing by the victims of sexual assault.

And how dare her. You know what? She don’t care nothing about women. Because if she did she would believe what I had to say. She would believe what the other women had to say. It’s really a sad, sad day if Hillary becomes president, because she has allowed her husband to get by with this type of stuff.  Why does he have a right to be back in the White House, the people’s house? Why is he allowed to be back there with the track record that he has and his wife and the lying that she does and how she tried to discredit all of these women that her husband abused and sexually harassed? [She’s] such a liar. And she’s so two faced. I never once was contacted by her. Not one time and apologized about what her husband did to me.

She also says the treatment of the Clintons in the media differs from that of Bill Cosby:

There are so many people, I think, in the media, and so many people out there protecting them for whatever reason. I don’t know if they are scared of them, or what? If Bill Cosby, I mean, even if what he did was somewhat different, he still abused these women sexually and so did Bill Clinton. I’m not going to speak for all of them. But I know about me and what I heard about Kathleen Willey and different ones. I mean, he is a predator. I just don’t understand how he can get by with it.

22 Oct, 2015
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Testifies to Benghazi committee

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Clinton testifies about her role in the 2012 Benghazi attack, in an 11-hour congressional hearing. An email to her daughter was shown, where Clinton said the attack was by Al-Qaeda, despite telling the public the attack was a result of the video. She acknowledged that she couldn’t recall having talked to Ambassador Stevens after having sworn him in as ambassador, though she believed they had spoken. She said he did not have her email. At another point, clinton laughed when she said she spent the night alone after she left the office on the night of the attack.

I came here because I said I would. And I’ve done everything I know to do, as have the people with whom I worked, to try to answer your questions. I cannot do any more than that.

Hillary Clinton answers questions on Benghazi emails, Chris Stevens

18 Oct, 2015
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CNN interview

Interview

Clinton is interviewed by Tapper on State of The Union. Tapper:

With all your experience, why wouldn’t you anticipate that over the course of four years, handling very sensitive diplomatic negotiations, overseeing military interventions and surveillance, why wouldn’t you anticipate that something classified, whether about North Korea or Iran or drones or an informant for the CIA, that it wouldn’t be emailed to you? And why wouldn’t you consider that having it on your personal account with some server in Colorado might be a personal risk

Clinton:

It was allowed under the rules of the State Department…No, no, it was allowed. You know, one of my predecessors did the same thing

Hillary Clinton on State of the Union: Part 1

27 Sep, 2015
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Republican claims are ‘conspiracy theory’

Interview

During an interview with Todd on Meet the Press, Clinton is asked if she decided to use a homebrew server to keep her emails out of the hands of Republicans, congressional investigators and those filing Freedom of Information Act requests.

Another conspiracy theory? It’s totally ridiculous…I have, as you’re rightly pointing out, been involved from the receiving side, in a lot of these accusations,’ Clinton continued. ‘In fact, as you might remember during the ’90s there were a lot of them. All of them turned out to be not true. That was the outcome.

Clinton tells Todd that despite earlier allegations, she was able to win voters over anyway when she ran for U.S. Senate in 2000.

They overlooked all of that and they looked at my record and they looked at what I would do for them and I was elected Senator, after going through years of this kind of back and forth,’ she said. ‘And it is regrettable. But it’s part of the system.

Clinton also says that the discrepancy in the Petraeus emails was due to a “transition period”. She also talks about her changing views on gay marriage and the Keystone XL pipeline.

25 Sep, 2015
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Dunham interview preview

Interview

During a preview of an interview with Dunham, Clinton urges young women make pragmatic political choices even when they can’t get excited about candidates.

Whenever I’m talking to young women about politics, I always say, look, you don’t have to run for office, you don’t have to be actively involved, but you do have to exercise your brain in deciding what you believe and who you will support. And sometimes, it is choices between people that none of whom excite you, but study it enough to figure out, OK, if I vote for this person over that person, I’m more likely to see progress on something I care about.

Clinton also urges young women to not get turned off by negativity in today’s politics.

You kind of can cut through that and say, look, I not only have a right, I have an obligation to make a choice. That’s part of the service I pay for living in our country. So I’m going to vote for X or Y. Not because I think that person is perfect, but it’s going to be better than the alternative. If you can’t get excited, be pragmatic and do it anyway.

20 Sep, 2015
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‘I’m a real person’

Interview

Clinton is interviewed by Dickerson on Face The Nation. When asked to use three words to describe herself:

Just three? I can’t possibly do that! [Laughs] I mean, look, I am a real person with all the pluses and minuses that go along with being that. And I’ve been in the public eye for so long that I think, you know, it’s like the feature that you see in some magazines sometimes, ‘Real people actually go shopping,’ you know?’

She says she sees herself as an outsider:

I cannot imagine anyone being more of an outsider than the first woman president. So you know, I’m not running for Bill’s third term, I’m not running for President Obama’s third term, but it would be foolish of me not to say, ‘You know, that worked better than what the Republicans offer.

24 May, 2015
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Castro defends Clinton

Interview

Castro appears on CNN and answers questions about Clinton and the 2016 campaign.

Let’s take a look at this issue of Benghazi. This thing has been studied to death by Republicans and Democrats, several committees including in Congress that have all said, yes, of course what happened was tragic but Secretary Clinton was not in any way at all responsible. And what you have here with these e-mails is basically a witch hunt. And you know, Congressman Gowdy, who is leading this, is very intentionally trying to manipulate this witch hunt to play politics.

I think we need focus on more substantive things. As one who hasn’t spent my lifetime in D.C., I know that out there in America they care about are you reducing Veteran homelessness, are you providing the impetus for young people to be able to achieve their dreams, are we making sure that America in this 21st century remains the undisputed land of opportunity, not whether somebody had e-mails or didn’t have them

Julian Castro Dismisses Clinton Email Story: ‘Witch Hunt’ by Unpopular Congress

19 May, 2015
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Breaks silence, wants emails released

Interview

After a campaign event at a bike shop in Iowa, where she was discussing small businesses and entrepreneurship, Clinton breaks her 28-day streak not talking to the press by answering six questions from reporters. On the release of State Department emails.

I want those emails out. Nobody has a bigger interest in getting [the emails] released than I do. They are not mine; they belong to the State Department. But as much as they can expedite that process. That’s what I’m asking: please move as quickly as they possibly can.

On her wealth:

Well, obviously Bill and I have been blessed and we’re very grateful for the opportunities that we had. But we’ve never forgotten where we came from, and we’ve never forgotten the kind of country that we want to see for our granddaughter. … So I think that most Americans understand that the deck is stacked for those at the top, and I am running a campaign that is very clearly stating that we want to shuffle that deck.

On the Clinton Foundation:

I am so proud of the foundation. I’m proud of the work that it has done and that it is doing. … And I’ll let the American people make their own judgments about that.

During the event, Clinton told the local businesses owners that she wants to roll back regulations on small businesses and small banks and spur business creation across the country.

I want to be a small business president.

4 Jul, 2014
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Confuses Britain’s political parties

Interview

While being interviewed by the BBC, Clinton confuses Britain’s political parties, thus incorrectly slating them as rivals.  Asked by the host what she thought of the special relationship between the US and Britain, Clinton replies:

There’s not just a common language, but a common set of values that we can fall back on.  It doesn’t matter in our country whether it’s a Republican or a Democrat or frankly, in your country, whether it’s a Conservative or a Tory. There is a level of trust and understanding. That doesn’t mean we always agree because, of course, we don’t.

“Tory” is another name for the Conservative Party in Britain.

9 Jun, 2014
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Diane Sawyer interview

InterviewTV Appearance

Clinton appears on ABC News in an interview with Diane Sawyer, in which Sawyer presses Clinton on the issue of the attack in Benghazi, Libya in 2012. After a lot of discussion, Clinton publicly admits responsibility for the first time, saying

I take responsibility, but I was not making security decisions.

Hillary Clinton's Exclusive One-on-One With Diane Sawyer

13 Apr, 2008
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Abortion should be ‘legal, safe and rare’

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Clinton says she believes abortion should remain a legal option but should be safe and rare. She adds that making alternatives acceptable will lower the number of abortions performed.

I think abortion should remain legal, but it needs to be safe and rare. And I have spent many years now, as a private citizen, as First Lady, and now as senator, trying to make it rare, trying to create the conditions where women have other choices. I have supported adoption, foster care. I helped to create the campaign against teenage pregnancy, which fulfilled our original goal 10 years ago of reducing teenage pregnancies by about a third. And I think we have to do even more.

1 May, 2001
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O Magazine interview

Interview

Bush talks about being compared to Clinton:

I am going to be Laura Bush. Every first lady has been different, and she has used her passion for the benefit of our nation. For example, Lady Bird Johnson made a huge contribution to our country through her love of nature—the Highway Beautification Act was really the start of the environmental movement. That’s pretty radical.

29 Oct, 1991
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Bill and Hillary Clinton interview

Interview

The Clintons are interviewed by Hall on The Arsenio Hall Show. They talk about if they argue, and if Bill has ever thought about quitting his presidency. Bill:

I wanted the voters to make up their mind. If the voters say, ‘Hey we think some other person will be a better president!’ I will go home a happy man to the life that I’ve got. It’s a wonderful life.

American Talk Show – Hillary Clinton in Arsenio Hall – 1992

1979
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AS First Lady interview

Interview

Clinton is interviewed about becoming Arkansas first lady. She talks about privacy, the couple’s young age, children, and her relationship:

I’m very lucky because I married Bill when he was a defeated politician. He had lost his race for Congress, and I had known him for a period of time before that in law school, before I ever knew really that he was interested in politics and had an opportunity to get to know him. We have, for me, an excellent marriage. I’m not sure that it would suit other people, because the kinds of strains that we’ve been talking about, being in the public eye, being separated from one another are ones that not everyone could live with…But I really believe in what he’s doing, I think that he’s a superb human being as well as a good politician, so that for me, those are sacrifices that I’m willing to make, and he’s very supportive of me and everything that I do, and I try to do as much as I can for him so that, I think there are strains in any marriage, and a political marriage, of course, has strains, but I’m not so sure that any marriage doesn’t have their own particular kinds of strains and each couple has to work out an accommodation for whatever reasons there may be. So that we’ve worked out ours and we’re very happy , and I just hope that other people can work our their strains as well as I think we have.

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