"Mike Pence did an incredible job".
Democratic consultant Lis Smith said that if Lewinsky or infidelity comes up on Sunday, it could give Clinton an opportunity "to drop the facade, drop the mask and have a real human moment".
During a "town-hall"-style stop on the campaign trail, Hillary and Chelsea Clinton addressed an audience in Haverford, Penn., and a 15-year-old girl named Brennan Leach asked HRC about the body image".
"It really is remarkable that they actually are advocating a trillion dollars in tax increases.more regulation, more of the same war on coal, and more of Obamacare that now even former President Bill Clinton calls Obamacare a insane plan".
Hillary Clinton's campaign is canceling ads that were to air on Florida stations that carry the Weather Channel.
"Everyone has the right to choose whatever candidate they want, regardless of whether the candidate they choose belongs to one of the main two parties or not", said Junior Fredrick Ochoa. "And while we've there's a lot of good the legislation has done, there's more work to be done to fix it to make it better for people". Her friend Diane Blair wrote in her diary that Hillary Clinton had called Lewinsky a "narcissistic loony tune".
"The sad thing of course is there is still extreme ignorance on both sides...with regards to President Assad, (and the) Russian issue", Bennett said. Of the 39,435 people who have cast ballots, 58 percent were Democrats and 25 percent were Republicans - but that was much closer than in 2012.
"If you're just above the line to qualify for the Medicaid expansion or just above the line to qualify for the subsidies for small businesses and workers, the likelihood is that your premiums have gone up, your coverage has gone down", he said. "So they have no bargaining power".
"I see with my own eyes the damage Donald Trump does when he talks about women and how they look", Leach said.
Spokesman Dan Kowalski pointed us to the health care page on Clinton's website. But he wasn't talking about the failing Affordable Care Act.
It indicates "that she supports a "public option" for Obamacare", Kowalski said. "She worked across the aisle when she was first lady to get the CHIP program passed so that 8 million low-income kids have health insurance in this country, including 150,000 in Indiana".
Hillary Clinton alleged Donald Trump "is the poster boy" for so much of what is wrong in our economy, broken, that needs to be fixed.
"She has a track record of working across the aisle to make things happen", Kaine said.
No one would be surprised if Clinton pushed for single payer if it became politically practical, but none of her campaign statements are calling for that. "But I think what he was saying is: the law has been a success, but there's still more to do". But campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks said that, "Mr. Trump spoke with employees yesterday to ensure they are safe and following instructions from local officials". "I said, "Well, we're gonna start a website and we're gonna put on that website all the companies we know of here in Pennsylvania and OH and MI and Colorado and Virginia and across the country who could make everything that Donald Trump sells.' I mean, look, you wanna make America great again, don't you think you should have jobs in America that make Americans" lives better?" she said".