Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Congratulations to Secretary Clinton on a great speech and her victories tonight.

June 6, 2016
By Abby Phillips

Hillary Clinton celebrated her status (click here) as the first woman to win a major party’s presidential nomination on Tuesday evening in Brooklyn – and then turned quickly from history to politics, attacking GOP rival Donald Trump as a bully who wanted to “take America backwards.”
“To be great, we can’t be small,” Clinton told a cheering crowd in Brooklyn, previewing a general-election campaign in which she will attack Trump as vulgar, erratic and divisive. Clinton cast the election as a test of national identity: “This election is different. It really is about who we are as a nation…We are better than this. We won’t let this happen in America. And if you agree, whether you’re a Democrat, Republican or independent, I hope you will join us.”...       

June 7, 2016
By Nicole Gaudiano

Washington — Sen. Bernie Sanders (click here) isn’t giving up, at least for now. The Associated Press announced Monday night that Hillary Clinton has secured support from enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination, but the two candidates continued competing for every vote in six states holding nominating contests on Tuesday. The AP declared Clinton the winner in New Jersey's primary and Sanders the winner in North Dakota's caucus.