By Michelle Koepp
The more things change, the more they stay the same? On Friday, The William J. Clinton Presidential Library released more than 3,500 previously secret documents offering an insider’s look into the internal politics of the Clinton years. With the former First Lady and Secretary of State now the favorite to nab the Democratic nomination for 2016, the rush to access the documents temporarily crashed the Library’s website due to overwhelming demand.
A look at the evolution and future of Hillary Clinton with our State of the Union panel – Margie Omero, Corey Dade and Kevin Madden.
The Kentucky senator takes on the Clintons. Is he looking toward a 2016 White House run?
Our panel responds to new accusations against Governor Chris Christie by Dawn Zimmer, Mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, who claims that he held Sandy relief funds hostage in order to push through the Rockefeller real-estate project. And is a Hillary 2016 run inevitable? The former Secretary of State is still in the spotlight. And our CNN Political Commentator Donna Brazile was one of the guests at First Lady Michelle Obama's 50th birthday bash. She shares her favorite moments from the VIP celebration.
Former Senator Bob Dole (R-KS) on whether Hillary Clinton will run in 2016. He says it depends on the GOP candidate.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says Hillary Clinton would be one of the best-prepared incoming presidents if she decided to run in 2016.
"I know that if she does, she will win and when she becomes president, she'll be one of the best equipped, best prepared people to enter the White House in a very long time. She is, by dint of her experience as a senator, as secretary of State, as a first lady herself, with participating the way she did, we certainly - with all due respect to our president - and I think he's magnificent and wonderful and a blessing to us, but certainly more prepared than President Obama; certainly more prepared than President Bush; certainly more prepared than President Clinton I might admit."
New York Magazine writer Joe Hagan talks with Candy about his interview with Hillary Clinton and predictions for 2016.
Al Cardenas, Kevin Madden, Joe Lockhart and Donna Brazile discuss the Clinton family's political future.
(CNN) – Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said Sunday that his organization’s planned debate boycott was focused on NBC and CNN – which plan to air films about Hillary Clinton – and not companies which may produce those projects.
Priebus, speaking on CNN’s “State of the Union,” was responding to a question from Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley about a report in The New York Times that Fox Television Studios was in the “early stages” of talks to produce NBC’s miniseries about Clinton, set to star Diane Lane. Fox Television Studios is a corporate sibling of Fox News Channel and the Fox broadcast network.
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