The vice presidential hopeful addressed Donald Trump's claims of a rigged election, calling Trump's antics "insulting."
One issue both candidates failed to properly address deals with the existence of racism, implicit bias, and policing.
A spokesperson for Clinton's campaign said the outreach strategy 'will encourage HBCU students to organize their student bodies, register, re-register, and mobilize their peers for the election.'
UPDATED: 4:15 PM EST: Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has resigned following the release of emails showing DNC staffers favored Clinton over Sanders during the Democratic primaries, CNN reports. In a statement released Sunday, Wasserman Schultz said she’s still “committed to seeing Clinton elected as president,” the site writes. “Going forward, the best […]
While many thought Clinton would announce her decision at an evening rally earlier in the day, she opted to send a message to her supporters using the digital sphere.