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10 Oct 2017
Former U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton describes what it was like having Donald Trump "loom over" her at a debate on the campaign trail.
19 Sep 2017
At an event promoting her new book, Hillary Clinton says she's unhappy with the era of 'alternative facts' ushered in by the Trump administration.
10 Jul 2017
The New York Times reported on Sunday that President Donald Trump's son met with a Russian lawyer during the 2016 campaign after being promised damaging information about Hillary Clinton.
10 May 2017
President Donald Trump on Tuesday abruptly fired FBI Director James Comey in the fallout over Comey's probe of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's emails last year, saying Comey was no longer able to effectively lead the agency.
5 Mar 2017
A photo of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton glancing at a newspaper headline about U.S. Vice President Mike Pence using private email has gone viral on social media, with thousands of people commenting on it.
4 Mar 2017
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence says there’s "no comparison whatsoever" between his use of a private email account for state business while he was governor of Indiana and the email woes of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
20 Jan 2017
Defeated Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her family arrive at the U.S. Capitol for Trump's inauguration.

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