Hillary Clinton may have stepped in it again. In interview with Britain's Guardian, Clinton was asked whether her personal wealth would hurt her credibility with voters on issues like income inequality if she decides to run for president. Straight forward question, right? Well Clinton compared herself to other wealthy people who she said were "truly well off." While it's true that the Clintons were deeply in debt when they left the White House, it's also true that they've amassed what most Americans would consider a fortune since then. Anderson takes a closer look at the former first family's road to riches.
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During a private fundraiser, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton compared Putin's claims of protecting minorities as justification for invading Ukraine to similar actions by Hitler in the 1930s. Anderson discussed these remarks and Putin's strategies with author Masha Gessen and Ariel Cohen, who is a senior research fellow at the Heritage Foundation who interviewed Putin several times.
Newly uncovered documents on the Lewinsky affair apparently show what Hillary Clinton was saying about the situation behind closed doors. The papers belonged to a late close friend of Hillary Clinton's. But CNN political commentator, investigative reporter and Hillary Clinton biographer Carl Bernstein discussed the documents and said, 'What we have here is a lack of context.'
Randi Kaye takes a look back at the Lewinsky affair.
Rep. Darrell Issa says he is "disappointed" that Secy. Hillary Clinton's Benghazi testimony "didn't have more answers."
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