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CHUCK TODD: This is a case where you get the sense nobody prepped him [Bill Clinton]. You don't need to prep a former president — can't you picture that? The people around him saying he doesn't need prepping, he knows how to answer all these questions, he's Bill Clinton, he's the greatest politician running. That…

New York Times Hillary Clinton Embraces a 'Super PAC,' Trying to Erode a Republican EdgeNew York TimesHillary Rodham Clinton will begin personally courting donors for a “super PAC” supporting her candidacy, the first time a Democratic presidential candidate has fully embraced these independent groups that can accept unlimited checks from big donors and …Hillary Clinton Meets…

National Journal’s Ron Fournier said on “Special Report with Bret Baier” Wednesday the Obama administration got caught trying to “BS” the American people on the Bergdahl-Taliban swap and his desertion charge proved the decision to exchange the soldier for terrorists was a bad idea.  Full News here – FOX News

Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio addressed the situation between himself and the New York Police Department on Monday night's edition of Comedy Central's The Nightly Show with host Larry Wilmore. Host Larry Wilmore brought up the cops turning their backs on him at the funerals of two NYPD officers shot dead following the…

The controversy over Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming congressional address intensified Sunday with Democrats and Republicans accusing each other of injecting too much politics into the event. Full News here – FOX News

Lawmakers from cattle producing states are seeing red following a 571-page federal report that encourages Americans to go green. A panel of nutrition experts recruited by the Obama administration to craft the newest dietary guidelines suggested last week that the government should consider the environment when deciding what people should eat. Full News here –…

“With advice from more than 200 policy experts, Hillary Rodham Clinton is trying to answer what has emerged as a central question of her early presidential campaign strategy: how to address the anger about income inequality without overly vilifying the wealthy,” the New York Times reports. “Although people close to Mrs. Clinton say she has…

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