Watch: Hillary Won’t Say She Disagrees With Albright’s ‘Special Place In Hell’ Remark

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Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton refused to say she disagreed with former Secretary of State Madeline Albright’s declaration that women who don’t support other women have a “special place in hell” during Thursday’s “PBS NewsHour” Democratic presidential debate. Hillary said, in response to a question on why she wasn’t getting higher support from women voters, “Well, first, Judy, I have spent my entire adult life working toward making sure that women are empowered to make their own choices, even if that choice is not to vote for me. … I have no argument with anyone making up her mind about who to support. I just hope that, by the end of this campaign, there will be a lot more supporting me. That’s what I’m working toward.” She was then asked, “As you know, just quickly, your strong supporter, former secretary of state Madeleine Albright said the other day that ‘there’s a special place in hell’ for women who don’t support other women. Do you agree with what she said?” Hillary responded, “Well, look, I think that she’s been saying that for as long as I’ve known her, which is about 25 years. But it doesn’t change my
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Sanders: ‘Real Unemployment Is Close to 10%’

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Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders argued that “real unemployment is close to 10%” during Thursday’s PBS NewsHour Democratic presidential debate. Sanders said, “I do believe that in the year 2016, we have to look in terms of public education, as colleges — as part of public education, making public colleges and universities tuition free. I believe that when real unemployment is close to 10%, and when our infrastructure, our roads, our bridges, our water systems, Flint, Michigan, comes to mind, our wastewater plants, our rail, our airports, in many places, are disintegrating, yeah, we can create 13 million jobs by rebuilding our infrastructure, at a cost of a trillion dollars.” Follow Ian Hanchett on Twitter @IanHanchett
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Fmr DNC Chair Rendell: Hillary to Win Superdelegates, Bernie Has to Win ‘Significant Majority’ of Elected Delegates to Get Dem Nod

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Thursday on MSNBC’s “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” former Gov. Ed Rendell (D-PA), the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, predicted that in order for Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) to win the Democratic presidential nomination, he’ll have to win a significant majority the elected delegates to overcome the number of so-called superdelegates supporting Hillary Clinton. “I think because of the superdelegates who cast their vote based on electability have serious doubts whether Bernie Sanders could be electable once the GOP starts campaigning against him and putting ads against him,” Rendell said. “I think Hillary’s going to do very well with superdelegates. That means Bernie would have to win a significant majority of the elected delegates.” Follow Jeff Poor on Twitter @jeff_poor
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***Live Updates*** Bernie, Hillary Debate in Wisconsin; Moderator Donated to Clinton Foundation

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Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Hillary Clinton will debate tonight in Wisconsin as both try to court minority voters who will dominate the caucuses and primaries ahead. The debate will take place hours after a Washington Post revealed that the State Department subpoenaed the Clinton Foundation. PBS’s Judy Woodruff, who will moderate the debate with Gwen Ifill, donated to the Clinton Foundation. So it will be interesting to see if Clinton is grilled on today’s report. Sanders, who tried his Ben & Jerry’s ice cream flavor on The View and ate boiled peanuts and drank beer with Stephen Colbert, has been getting better at using popular culture to get his message out. One can only wonder if Sanders will make a Scandal reference to reach young voters, particularly those on “Black Twitter,” who may be receptive to his message and may be watching the program as it returns (while monitoring their Twitter feeds) instead of the debate. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates throughout the evening. 9:00 PM: Ifill and Woodruff take the stage and introduce Sanders and Clinton.  
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Breitbart News Daily: Dr. Ben Carson on His Fight in South Carolina

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On the February 12 Breitbart News Daily show, broadcast on Sirius XM Patriot channel 125 from 6AM to 9AM EST, host and Breitbart News executive chairman Stephen K. Bannon will interview a number of guests, including retired neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson on the upcoming primary battle in South Carolina. Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos will discuss social justice warriors’ disruption of his speech at Rutgers with fake blood and war chants. Breitbart News contributors Lee Stranahan, Jerome Hudson, and Aaron Klein will break down the Democratic debate and what voters can expect to see from frontrunner Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders as the two fight for endorsements and super delegates. Senior policy advisor for GOP frontrunner Donald Trump Stephen Miller will discuss how the campaign plans to use the momentum from its New Hampshire victory to try to achieve another win in the Palmetto State. President of Kaltbaum Capital Management and Fox News contributor Gary Kaltbaum will present his daily update on the Federal Reserve’s policies and stock market fluctuations. Live from London and Rome, correspondents will deliver live updates on the ongoing Muslim migrant crisis and other European news. The program is the first live, conservative radio enterprise to air
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Eric Garner’s Daughter Endorses Bernie: He’s a ‘Protester’ Like MLK, Malcolm X

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Erica Garner, the daughter of the late Eric Garner, endorsed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in an online video hours before Thursday’s debate between Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Eric Garner died while in a police chokehold after he was targeted for selling untaxed cigarettes. After his death last year, protesters nationwide adopted Garner’s last words, “I can’t breathe,” which became their chief rallying cry. In the video, Erica Garner says her father “was murdered” and she has “protested every Tuesday and Thursday” since her father’s death. She says she hopes to be a “representative for people throughout the nation.” “Martin Luther King died for this. Malcom X died for this. And who were they? They were protesters. I’m behind anyone who’s going to listen and speak up for us, and I think we need to believe in a leader like Bernie Sanders,” she says in the video. “I believe Bernie Sanders is a protester… he’s not scared to up against the criminal justice system… and that’s why I’m for Bernie.” On her personal blog, Garner praised the Sanders campaign for giving her full creative control of the endorsement video: Last week we made a commercial to express to the world exactly
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