Topic: Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton
Hillary's incredible response to a depressed young gay teen who posted his fears of rejection on Facebook.
"Prediction from a grown-up: Your future is going to be amazing. You will surprise yourself with what you're capable of and the incredible things you go on to do. Find the people who love and believe in you - there will be lots of them. –H"
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Hillary Clinton said Rubio's tax plan would mean a huge tax break for millionaires.
"Sen. Rubio’s (tax plan) would cut taxes for households making around $3 million a year by almost $240,000, which is way more than three times the earnings of a typical family."
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Hillary Clinton says she called for Wall Street regulations early in the financial crisis.
In March 2007, before the depression gained traction, Clinton began addressing the subprime mortgage issue; warning about risks of derivatives; cracking down on subprime mortgages; and asking for improved financial oversight.
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Hillary Clinton proposes $10 billion plan to fight addiction.
"Twenty-three million Americans suffer from addiction, but only 1 in 10 get treatment," Clinton proposes medication-assisted treatments such as buprenorphine and methadone, along with counseling, because these have proven to be effective according to the World Health Organization and other agencies.
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Hillary says, "Twenty-three million Americans suffer from addiction, but only 1 in 10 get treatment."
The actual ratio is about one of nine, not one in 10, and it’s worth noting that the treatment statistics include only the most intensive methods, leaving out such widely used approaches as Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Candidate Honesty Report Card" Hillary Clinton-Mostly True
As of 2/1/16, PolitiFact evaluated 149 statements made by Hillary Clinton.  Fifty Three percent were found to be true or mostly true.  Twenty Eight percent were found to be mostly false, or false. and only one was pants on fire.
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June Trump Truthfulness average is "Mostly False."
As of June 10, 2016, PolitiFact has reviewed 154 statements by Donald Trump. Twelve (12) were true or mostly true. Forty nine (49) were 1/2 True of Mostly-False.  And Ninety three (93) were False or Pants-on-Fire. Below are just a few:
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Donald Trump says he never said he wanted to give nuclear arms to Japan.
After Hillary spoke of his support of giving nuclear arms to Japan, Trump denied it. In a March 26 interview with the New York Times, he rambled about it.  He "didn’t quite say he wants Japan to get nuclear weapons, but he did go right up to the line. He was leaving the option on the table."
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In order to counter claims that he had not donated the money to veterans as he claimed, Trump Claimed he wanted to keep veterans fundraising 'quiet.' (Modesty)
The fact is that he has been began bragging about his veteran donations since January, and was broadcasting it, but after reporters found that most of the money had not been paid to known veteran groups by May, he began trying to blame the press.
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Hillary claims that "Donald Trump says climate change is a hoax invented by the Chinese."
Trump has repeatedly called climate change a "hoax" in speeches, tweets and media appearances, and while he hasn’t necessarily repeated the charge that China "invented" climate change, he has said as recently as Jan. 18, 2016, that action on climate change "is done for the benefit of China."
Hillary Clinton Presidential Candidate
Hillary said, "We now do have evidence" that Donald Trump is being used as a recruiting tool for terrorists.
That wasn't the case the first time Clinton claimed this. But now two different terror groups have used Trump's words in propaganda videos.  In one case jihadist propaganda, as reported by the Wall Street Journal. urges American Muslims to leave the United States and join ISIS.
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Trump says that Hillary Clinton "wants to abolish the Second Amendment."
 She has repeatedly said she wants to protect the right to bear arms while enacting measures to prevent gun violence.  There is no evidence she wants to abolish the Second Amendment,
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Hillary Clinton is innocent of any wrongdoing in Benghazi.
After spending more than two years and $7 million, the House Select Committee on Benghazi released a report Tuesday that found — like eight investigations before it — no evidence of wrongdoing by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton or other members of the Obama administration.


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