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Brazile said she was angered over the “Clinton Donald Duck project,” according to Yahoo news. Disney, apparently, was also not happy with the stunt.
“I’m going to do everything I can to support the resistance,” Clinton said in one of her first appearances aimed at promoting her upcoming memoir, which is due for publication in September.
No new ideas, but calling white people racist might work…
The Democrats are now the party constrained to its urban and coast strongholds, have crappy fundraising, virtually zero presence in rural America, and have lost every significant special election since Trump won. As the party remains in ruins, it’s a question of what to do and where to go.
The Abraaj Group, a UAE private equity company co-founded and partly-owned by the Iraqi family of Saddam Hussein’s nuclear weapons mastermind, donated between $500,000 and $1 million to the Clinton Foundation and co-sponsored the 2012 Clinton Global Initiative annual meeting. That same Iraqi family was awarded a 35-year container terminal lease at national-security nexus Port Canaveral, Florida through the family’s ports company Gulftainer. The Port Canaveral lease received no national security review (CFIUS or FINSA), despite the family’s connection to Iraq’s rogue WMD program.
Yet the states kept less than half of 1 percent of the $82 million they had amassed from the extravagant fund-raisers Hillary’s campaign was holding, just as Gary had described to me when he and I talked in August. When the story described this arrangement as “essentially … money laundering” for the Clinton campaign, Hillary’s people were outraged at being accused of doing something shady. Bernie’s people were angry for their own reasons, saying this was part of a calculated strategy to throw the nomination to Hillary.
“The proposed tax reform package would level the global playing field and allow us to compete worldwide from here in the United States,” Tan said in a statement. “Our move would domicile our $20 billion annual revenue in the United States. From our base here, each year we will invest $3 billion in research and engineering and $6 billion in manufacturing, resulting in more high-paying tech jobs.”
Both father and son had previously said they did not vote for Trump, with the elder Bush opting for Clinton and his son saying he chose “none of the above” on the ballot.
Was Boehner crying when he said it?
Chaffetz served as chairman of the powerful body from 2015 to 2017, which he used as a vehicle to extensively investigate Hillary Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State and the Obama administration more broadly, before leaving Capitol Hill in June.