Hillary Clinton

"The president needs to stop playing a doctor on TV," the former first lady and secretary of state warned in her latest criticism of Trump's pandemic response.
2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton throws her endorsement behind former Vice President Joe Biden to defeat President Donald Trump in the 2020 election.
The 2016 Democratic nominee's support comes after Sen. Bernie Sanders and former President Barack Obama backed this year's presumptive nominee.
The Kremlin favored Trump in the 2016 election, the Senate Intelligence Committee affirmed in a new report.
The conservative radio host spewed a conspiracy theory about coronavirus experts being more concerned with damaging the president than aiding public health.
There are nearly 101,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the U.S., the highest number in the world.
Do not take medical advice from this man, the former first lady and secretary of state warned.
“Educators are determined to use their voice to propel Joe Biden to the White House,” the National Education Association said Saturday.
Beating Donald Trump comes first and foremost, not one's ideology.
Joe Biden is winning in rural areas where Sanders romped in 2016.