Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's security clearance was withdrawn in August at her request, the State Department confirmed in a letter to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, which his office released to the public Friday.
Hillary Clinton said Tuesday Democrats can not be civil unless they retake either the House or the Senate during midterms.
Clinton seemed to dismiss calls for civility between Republicans and Democrats. It prompted an FBI investigation that has itself become the focus of multiple congressional probes, and it handed President Donald Trump (pictured above left) vivid justification for his declaration during one of the contenders' debates that she "would be in jail" if he was in the Oval Office.
"That's why I believe, if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and/or the Senate, that's when civility can start again", Clinton added. "I want to stop the degrading of the rule of law". It saddens me. Because our judicial system has been viewed as one of the main pillars of our constitutional government.
"I knew the easy political vote would've been a "yes" vote".
Three guests explained to MSNBC's "Morning Joe" how the most recent reporting showed abundant evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation.
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Heitkamp appears to have been distancing herself from the former presidential candidate whom she praised and endorsed in 2016. "He has insulted, attacked, demeaned women throughout the campaign - really for many years leading up to the campaign".
At the time, the White House announced that it was also reviewing the security clearances of other former top officials, such as FBI Director James Comey, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, National Security Advisor Susan Rice, National Security Agency Director Michael Hayden, and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates.
Conway also suggested that Clinton will be of little help to Democrats on the ballot next month. The petition has so far garnered 76,000 signatures out of the 100,000 required for it to earn a White House response.
"As we previously informed the committee, these individuals had been granted access to classified information through a request made by Secretary Clinton designating them as researchers, per E.O". She claimed this is true because "the only thing the Republicans recognize or understand is strength".
Responding to Clinton's fresh interview, Broaddrick did not mince words, calling her a "lying hypocrite".