herondancer said:Ha! Whether domestic or foreign, the pressure to expose the whole Clinton mafia organization is mounting, without Trump lifting a finger. Hopefully the dirt that pressure will unearth will be enough that the DOJ will have no choice but to bring charges. And Trump will get to say that the matter is out of his hands.
Clever, if that's the plan. Killary's got miles of rope to be hung with.
I'm thinking - much in the same line - with what you have expressed. I think, the "House of Card's" is coming down like dominos in free-fall? These donors who gave Millions of dollars are heavy players in World Affairs and were banking on her promises and her winning the Presidency. They probably want an accounting, on how the funds were spent and are looking for a "refund!"
On the heels of her New York bash to “thank” her big donors of $1 million or more, this article came out. I don't think this meeting with Huma at the Manhattan Office has anything to do "with emails" more likely, something to do with her Million dollar donors?
She's STILL with her - Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin are pictured together for the first time since losing election, after a five-hour meeting at the failed candidate's New York office
Hillary Clinton and top aide Huma Abedin were pictured together on Thursday for the first time since losing the presidential election.
The pair chatted and Abedin smiled as they walked out of Clinton's office in the Midtown neighborhood of New York City.
They had spent five hours inside the office before Abedin and an unidentified woman walked Clinton to a waiting vehicle and sent her on her way with a box of documents.
Influential Republicans are going to hand over a petition to Donald Trump with demand to continue criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's deals.
US politicians ask Trump to imprison Clinton
Friday 23.12.2016 - According to them, 'politicians who have violated law, should be punished'. One of the authors of the document is Trump's adviser, conservative politician Roger Stone. A copy of the document will have been forwarded to the FBI and Prosecutor General by the end of the year. The decision on restoring of a criminal case against Clinton depends on Trump's will. 'We respectfully urge President-elect Donald Trump and Attorney General designate Jeff Sessions to gather all appropriate evidence and submit it to the grand jury to make the potential decision about the Clintons' potential indictment. It is premature for the Trump administration to decide whether Bill, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton should be prosecuted. No person is above the law,' petition says.
US Vice President Joe Biden says Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election to Donald Trump because she never knew why she was running for the office.
Clinton never figured out why she was running for president: Biden
"I don't think she ever really figured it out," Biden said in an interview with The Los Angeles Times on Thursday. "And by the way, I think it was really hard for her to decide to run."
Biden said Clinton likely felt an obligation to run for the highest office in the US and that the historic nature of her bid weighed on her decision-making.
"She thought she had no choice but to run. That, as the first woman who had an opportunity to win the presidency, I think it was a real burden on her," the vice president noted.
He argued that the former secretary of state saw her victory "would have opened up a whole range of new vistas to women" as did President Barack Obama's for African-Americans.
Biden also took a jab at his party during the Thursday interview, saying the Democratic Party as a whole suffered because "we were not letting an awful lot of people — high school-educated, mostly Caucasian, but also people of color — know that we understood their problems.”
There is “a bit of elitism that’s crept in” to party thinking, he noted.
“What are the arguments we’re hearing? ‘Well, we’ve got to be more progressive.’ I’m not saying we should be less progressive,” he said, adding that he would “stack my progressive credentials against anyone” in the Democratic Party.
“We should be proud of where the hell we are, and not yield an inch. But,” Biden added, “in the meantime, you can’t eat equality. You know?”
Biden recalled his reaction after watching a Trump rally in October in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, "We may lose this election."
“They’re all the people I grew up with. They’re their kids. And they’re not racist. They’re not sexist. But we didn’t talk to them," he wondered, rejecting notions that most of the Americans who voted for the Republican nominee were racist.
Early this month, Biden censured the 2016 US presidential election, saying he felt “embarrassed” by the ugly nature of the race.
"This has been a very tough election. It's been ugly, it's been divisive, it's been coarse, it's been dispiriting. And it was more a battle of personalities than it was a battle of ideas in my view," he noted at the time.
The 74-year-old politician also stressed that he had no intention of running in the 2020 presidential election.
Trump’s campaign had been hit with many controversies since its inception in early 2015, but he still managed to stun the world by defeating the Democrat candidate, who was backed by almost the entire mainstream American media. (Article continues.)