Hillary Clinton is doing everything she can to distract from her email scandal that many believe could stop her from becoming the first female president of the United States. Fox News recently described the expansion of the FBI probe regarding her emails.
“The FBI investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email has now expanded to include obtaining data from a second tech company, which is fully cooperating with the FBI probe that has threatened Clinton’s bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.”
Fox News adds that a source familiar with the investigation said that the FBI contacted Connecticut-based Datto, Inc. in September and asked them to save all the data that is connected with Hillary Clinton. The FBI is trying to find emails that should have been turned over to the State Department.
“Some people think Trump is entertaining, but it is not entertaining to insult immigrants and women. If you are going to run for president, then represent all of the people of the United States. I wanted to come by to lend my voice to all yours and I wish you well in these efforts.”
CNN notes that Clinton’s visit, which wasn’t announced ahead of time, reflects her strategy of keeping her attacks focused on Republicans in order to effectively demonstrate to Democratic voters that she is the best one to take on the eventual GOP nominee. Donald Trump still could be that nominee, and he took to Fox News yesterday to tell Sean Hannity that Obama has the wrong approach to health care.
“Obamacare is a disaster. Obamacare is going to kick in, really kick in, in 2016 when you’ll have a new president… For the next president, that president has to be really competent,” Trump tells Sean Hannity.
Despite all the backlash against Donald Trump, he still leads in the polls when it comes to the GOP race — at least according to CNN.
“Donald Trump remains at the front of the Republican presidential field, with Ben Carson close behind, a new CBS News poll of the national GOP electorate shows. Hillary Clinton, meanwhile, remains 19 percentage points ahead of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Democratic race.”
Dr. Ben Carson was catching up to Donald Trump, but is currently catching slack for using the Holocaust to support gun control. According to Time, Carson claims that the Holocaust could have been prevented if Jews had guns. Carson has not backed down from the statement, and claims that people are blowing what he said way out of proportion.
Hillary Clinton will be able to face off with Bernie Sanders and other Democrats on Tuesday evening, 8:30 p.m. ET. It will be interesting to hear what she has to say about the email scandal, and possibly more interesting to hear Donald Trump’s take on the debate.
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