Published: Mon, January 25, 2016
U.S. | By Eddie Scott

Hillary Clinton's Campaign Baggage Gets Heavier, Donald Trump Piles It On


Lovato took the stage and performed her new hit song "Confident", later dedicating another to Clinton, "who everyone should vote for", the singer said.

Sanders has been working to expand his support among the black and Latino voters, who make up a significant part of the Democratic party.

"Slick television ads can't hide her hawkish record", said Sanders spokesman Michael Briggs. "As president, I will fight to overturn it", she said to the receptive audience. On Google, the top two questions about Clinton were: "Will Hillary Clinton get prosecuted?" and "Will Hillary Clinton get the nomination?"

Sanders said he would raise the current $118,500 limit on taxable Social Security earnings and use the money to expand benefits to seniors.

The two combatants, he said, have "different approaches to try to tackle the same thing", from income inequality to Wall Street reform to health care to equal pay for women to college affordability to opioid abuse.

Another 65.8% said they do not plan to see the newly released movie critical of Clinton's role in the attack on the USA embassy in Libya, titled 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.

New Hampshire Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, who introduced Clinton on Friday, alluded to Sanders in saying she had worked with "each of the Democratic candidates in this race".

Facing a tight race in Iowa and trailing in New Hampshire, Clinton's campaign sees her support among minority voters as a major advantage.

It's been a tough few days for Hillary Clinton, with the email investigation coming back to the forefront and a candidate far to the left eclipsing her in both Iowa and New Hampshire.

Fifty-seven percent of voters thought Sanders represented Democratic values while Clinton scored 38 percent.

Grant Woodard, who worked on Clinton's 2008 Iowa effort, says no one on that campaign believed Obama's rally-goers would ultimately show up and put in the time to caucus.

"All of a sudden, he looks like a very viable candidate, and I think most rank-and-file Democrats agree with him more on the issues than they do with Hillary Clinton".

"A lot of my friends are Sanders supporters", Bonney said. "It would be such a huge step", she said. ABC News reported that the organization was originally formed to defend President Bill Clinton, "urging Congress to censure the president and move on to more pressing matters facing the American people".

"I don't think any celebrity would really influence my choice for president that much", 23-year-old Grace Junkins told ABC News as she waited in line for the event.

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