In a freaky article titled, "Like it or not, studies suggest that Clinton may not be wrong on white women voting like their husbands", the Post claims the former Secretary of State's fiery rhetoric was scientifically accurate.
"White women are much more likely to be married than women of other demographic groups".
McCain, who is the daughter of US Senator John McCain (R-Arizona), said that Clinton needed to come up with a "better excuse" than that to explain her defeat. "You know, you didn't like black people getting rights; you don't like women, you know, getting jobs; you don't want to, you know, see that Indian-American succeeding more than you are - you know, whatever your problem is, I'm gonna solve it", she added.
Faulkner remarked that Trump isn't "putting out a treasure trove for the opposite party" to use, to which a stunned Tarlov responded by listing off all of Trump's most recent controversial comments.
Her aides are suggesting these statements are only hurting the Democratic Party's brand, especially as the party looks ahead to the 2020 presidential election.
But Trump said that his space plan was more fulsome than Clinton's, even though the former secretary of state said during her campaign that she would like to make "human exploration of Mars a reality". "That's a lot of states".
"I think the party has moved on from Hillary Clinton", the former senior Clinton aide said.
"At the RNC, we try not to continue to focus on Hillary Clinton".
Smith's campaign fired back, arguing the RGA was telegraphing its fear of Smith as the presumptive Democratic nominee. The campaign of USA president Donald Trump, on the other hand, was "looking backwards".
"And I understand - I'm not terrified - but I understand why he may win again in 2020", Reines said Saturday after the president stumped for Republican House candidate Rick Saccone in Pennsylvania.