Hillary: There’s ‘Double Standard’ In Asking Me To Release Speeches I Said I’d Look Into Releasing

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In an interview broadcast on Monday’s “Rachel Maddow Show” on MSNBC, Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticized the “double standard” of her being asked to release the transcripts of her paid speeches, which she promised to “look into” when asked during the most recent Democratic debate. Hillary did say “once it is done under whatever circumstances” with regard to the release of the transcripts. Hillary said, when asked whether she expected to release the transcripts of her paid speeches, “I’m getting a little bit weary of the double standard. Let’s release what everybody has ever said. There are a lot of people on both sides. If we’re going to start saying what you did when you were out of office, when you were in the private sector, what you did — fair game, release it all. I’m all for that.” She added, “I’m being asking to do something, for which there’s no basis, just the attempt to cast suspicion. So, I said I would look into it. We will look into it. But you know it’s — what’s good for the gander should be good for the goose.” Maddow then asked Hillary, “So, you wouldn’t do it
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Breitbart News Daily — LIVE in New Hampshire: Primary Season Kickoff

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On the February 9 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 live at the Sirius XM Broadcast Center in The Media Center at the Radisson Hotel in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire. GOP frontrunner Donald Trump’s son Eric Trump and daughter Ivanka Trump, author of The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life, who will present the final arguments for electing their father as president. Veteran pollster Pat Caddell and New York Times presidential campaign correspondent Maggie Haberman discuss how the volatile 2016 race has played out in both the Democratic and Republican parties and their predictions for the evening’s final results. Republican New Hampshire state representative Jeanine Notter will also provide her on-the-ground perspective of the candidates’ efforts to woo voters after the Iowa caucuses. 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 seven days a week. Sirius XM Vice President for news and talk Dave Gorab called the show “the conservative news
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Marco Had a Long Record of Accomplishment In the Florida House

After being elected to the Florida House of Representatives in 2000, and being selected as majority whip and then majority leader, Marco served as Speaker of the House in 2007 and 2008. A few main points stand out about his tenure: He governed conservatively, he governed on new, conservative ideas, and he amassed an impressive…
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Marco Has Won Important Conservative Victories in the Senate

In four years as a U.S. Senator, Marco has built a record of accomplishments on some of the most important issues for conservatives. Here are some of them: 1. Marco led the effort on the biggest Republican victory against ObamaCare. Back in 2013, Marco sounded the alarm about the potential for the Obama Administration to bail…
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Jeb: ‘This Is All A Game’ for Trump

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Monday on MSNBC’s “MTP Daily,” host Chuck Todd played a clip of a Sunday interview he had with Republican presidential candidate former Gov. Jeb Bush (R-FL), who said of his rival Donald Trump’s once-more liberal views, “You can’t have that kind of transformation. This is all a game for him. He’s just positioning himself to play like he’s a conservative.” When asked if he thinks Trump has been humbled after Saturday night’s debate, and a second place finish in Iowa, Bush said, “No, not even close. But I’m the only guy going after him. Both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio had a chance to go after him, and they went back into the witness protection program.” Host Chuck Todd asked, “Why is that?” Bush said, “This guy is not conservative.” Todd asked, “Do they look at what happened to you early—they’re afraid of him?” Bush said, “Yeah, I think they’re afraid of him. Look, Donald Trump last night proved that he’s not a conservative when he talked about eminent domain the way he did. He totally misses it. A conservative would understand what I said. Trump thinks that’s appropriate behavior, to take an elderly woman’s home, tear it down, create a parking lot
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Beyoncé Bashes Cops in Half-Time Show After Getting Police Escort to the Game

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Beyoncé performed a tribute to the militant Black Panthers Party during Sunday evening’s halftime show at Super Bowl 50 that some, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, called a blatant attack on law enforcement. But the pop star might have been late to the performance if she hadn’t received a highway-clearing police escort to deliver her to Levi’s Stadium on time.
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