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'Let's shatter stereotypes': Hillary Clinton calls on more women to run for office

'Let's shatter stereotypes': Hillary Clinton calls on more women to run for office

New York [U. S.], Mar.


FBI, Justice Department to be investigated over handling of Clinton's email probe

FBI, Justice Department to be investigated over handling of Clinton's email probe

Washington [USA], Jan. 13 : The U. S.


Clinton campaign backs Wisconsin recount, Trump says move a 'scam'

Clinton campaign backs Wisconsin recount, Trump says move a 'scam'

Washington, Nov 27 : The campaign of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said on Saturday it would participate in the recount effort in Wisconsin, a state won by President-elect Donal


Clinton's popular vote lead surpasses 1.7 million

Clinton's popular vote lead surpasses 1.7 million

Washington, Nov 22 : Hillary Clintons popular vote lead surged above 1.72 million on Sunday night, with millions of votes still to count.


FBI letters were double whammy to Presidential campaign: Hillary Clinton

FBI letters were double whammy to Presidential campaign: Hillary Clinton

Washington D.C., [U.S.], Nov. 13 : Speaking out on her stunning loss to Donald Trump in the race to the White House, Hillary Clinton asserted that FBI Director James Comey had delivered a double whammy to her candidacy in the final days of the campaign by taking another look at emails related to Clinton's private server before abruptly saying he found no wrongdoing.

A member of her national finance committee who was on the call told CNN that Clinton placed at least some of the blame on Comey for her stunning defeat to Donald Trump.

She said the first letter from Comey, sent to Congress on October 28, stopped the momentum she had built after three debates and the release of Trump's "Access Hollywood" tape.


Hillary winning popular vote underscores her national campaign support: John Earnest

Hillary winning popular vote underscores her national campaign support: John Ear

Washington DC [USA], Nov. 10 : Despite Donald Trump emerging triumph in the presidential election, White House Press Secretary John Earnest has said that his Democrat opponent Hillary Clinton winning the popular vote underscores her ability to built support for a national campaign.

Responding to a poser as to whether the poll have rejected not only Clinton but also incumbent Barack Obama by casting their votes in Trump's favour, Earnest wondered whether anybody has direct answer to the same.

Earnest drew the attention of the media towards some relevant facts to put forth his stand.


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