"He did promise 'America First,'" Clinton tweeted after the U.S. took the global lead in the number of COVID-19 cases.
Clinton took to Twitter to thank all the people working to "save lives and keep us all going" during the coronavirus pandemic.
A Chinese ambassador concurred with the former secretary of state's recent remark that President Donald Trump is "turning to racist rhetoric" to distract from his administration's coronavirus response failures.
Senator Bernie Sanders said that he doesn't "want to relive 2016" unlike former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday, after the crowd at a Fox News town hall event featuring Sanders booed a clip of Clinton saying "nobody likes" the senator.
The former secretary of state said the Trump administration's attempts to contain the coronavirus are exposing his lack of investment in infrastructure or the country's future.
""To meet the Delegate Threshold for the Arizona Debate, candidates must have been allocated at least 20% of the total number of pledged delegates allocated," said a Friday statement from the DNC. Gabbard currently has a total of two delegates.
"I was just so personally hurt."
Hillary Clinton has some harsh words from her former Democratic primary competitor in her new Hulu documentary. The director spoke to Newsweek about the moments when she let her anger at Bernie out.
'Hillary' on Hulu sees Hillary Clinton discuss her 2016 presidential battle against Donald Trump candidly—but she never calls the president by name.
The frontrunners of the 2020 Democratic primary have both polled better against Trump than Clinton did at this time in 2016.
Former Vice President Joe Biden's managed to beat Senator Bernie Sanders in the Super Tuesday states of Minnesota and Oklahoma, states the senator won in 2016 against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Do we value women as much as we say we do? In this election, Warren our last chance to answer in the affirmative.
Clinton reportedly plans to use her show to have in-depth talks with newsmakers.
"Hillary" is the new Hulu documentary tracking the life of Hillary Clinton from her early days as Hillary Rodham to her 2016 presidential campaign.
The Vermont senator's wife said elite figures from both political parties are afraid of her husband's policies promoting affordable health care and education, noting that the U.S. "already has socialism" -- but only for corporations.
If progressives vow their unconditional support now, they'll be taken for granted. In fact, it's high time to ask something of the centrist candidates: pledge you delegates to Bernie if he wins a majority overall.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton again criticized her former presidential primary opponent Senator Bernie Sanders, suggesting he promises "the moon" while failing to deliver in a Thursday interview with Ellen DeGeneres.
"On Election Day, as a citizen I will allow that to enter into my decision who to vote for," the legal scholar told Fox News Sunday.
The filmmaker said Clinton, Biden and DNC "corporate Democrats" are on the "Trump bandwagon" for refusing to support Bernie Sanders, should he win the July nomination.
The representative from Michigan backed Sanders and responded to Clinton's criticism of the Democrat frontrunner.
Comey held a precarious position in 2016 as the FBI's director when the agency was pursuing some of the most politically-sensitive investigations in recent history.
In a Thursday rally in Des Moines, Iowa, President Donald Trump called former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton "crazy" and asked if his supporters if they should "take another shot" at her should she choose to run for president again.
"It's going to be a real challenge to defeat Trump, and we've got to all be united to get that done," the former Democratic presidential candidate told Vulture.
"He's the only one I didn't want her to pick," the president said of Sanders in the newly-released recording.
The former 2016 presidential hopeful was discussing the impeachment trial at the Sundance premiere of her docu-series.
The Vermont senator reacted to Hillary Clinton's comment last week that "nobody likes him," saying that he believes his former Democratic presidential rival's comment was unfortunate.
The Hawaii representative told Tucker Carlson that she was bringing a lawsuit against Clinton because the latter was "seeking to smear" her reputation.
President Donald Trump said in a Thursday tweet that the Democratic Party would "never allow" Senator Bernie Sanders to win his party's nomination for president.
"There are real issues that people are struggling with," Gabbard said in an interview.