late in the day an angry Clinton supporter was escorted from the building after she went on a tirade blasting Barack Obama, a racial double standard, and the Democratic Party. “I’m no second class citizen,” she declares, “and god damn the Democrats.”
ABC News’ Eloise Harper reports: Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., thanked Puerto Ricans Sunday night for helping her to victory on the island where she spent five days campaigning, saying “Te quiero Puerto Rico!” Her real message, however, was to the undecided superdelegates who Clinton hopes will veer her
Ken Vogel reports that the Clinton campaign is using the results to openly argue that Barack Obama has a problem with Hispanic voters — an idea Clinton backers have previously mentioned only behind the scenes.
“It was a 100 percent Hispanic primary and it shows that he has a
During the Q&A with Mr. Blanchard, who noted that he was flying back to Michigan after the hearing to celebrate his mother’s 98th birthday, committee member Donna Brazile shared a pearl of wisdom from her own mom.“My momma always taught me to play by the rules,” she said, adding that
Rita G talks about “flashin lights” video she is a hottie but I hope video stays on screen.In the clip, which Spike Jonze co-directed, a sexy temptress drives to the Nevada desert, pulls over her car, drops her fur coat to the ground and sets it on fire.
Kanye West isn’t one to do anything by half, and that’s certainly the case with the video — make that the three videos — for “Flashing Lights.”After the first two videos for the song — which he had rejected — hit the ‘Net this week, the MC wrote
RANDALL’S ISLAND, New York, USA – Usain Bolt celebrates as he crosses the finish line in the men’s 100m ahead of the field at last night’s Reebok Grand Prix in a new world record time of 9.72 seconds. (Photo: Paul Reid)
Twenty-one-year-old Usain Bolt is the new world record-holder
Responding to a chorus of outrage touched off by her comments about the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) made a bold attempt at damage control today by distancing herself from herself. Many political observers had assumed Sen. Clinton would respond in some manner to
The resolution increased the number of delegates needed to clinch the nomination to 2,118, leaving Obama 66 delegates short but still within striking distance after the three final primaries are held in the next three days is this the end?.
The deal was reached after committee members met privately