At the same time, Abedin said she had reconciled that Clinton’s 2016 loss “was not all my fault” and that it’s now “more a sense of an ache in the heart.”
Allegations of sexual assault against Brett Kavanaugh triggered Abedin’s memory of the incident, she writes in her forthcoming memoir.
Eichner talks about the surprising things he and Drudge have in common, the right-wing media figure’s caginess about his sexuality, and channeling the man beneath the fedora.
The series, set at the lead-up to Bill Clinton’s impeachment, hopes to make us rethink our treatment of Lewinsky, Paula Jones, and Linda Tripp. We’ve seen it. It’s a bumpy ride.
The 2016 election was upended just as Giuliani went on the radio and claimed “active agents” had shared “rumors” about the Hillary Clinton email probe.
Biden’s been silent, Pelosi is passing the buck, and Obama is throwing himself a party. If this is what the party is good for, it’s not worth much.
Days before the 2016 election, an international group created a website which aimed to deceive Black Americans into voting for Hillary Clinton online instead of IRL.