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Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Monday called on CNN and NBC to rethink their decisions to film documentaries about Hillary Clinton, calling each a “thinly veiled attempt at putting a thumb on the scales of the 2016 presidential election.”
Why am I not surprised? Normally, I would conclude that this is nothing more than an overblown book launch, but I am familiar with Ed Klein and even more importantly, I know some of the earlier claims to be true. Thus, it does not surprise me in the least to hear the revelation that Obama and Bill Clinton struck a deal, which included Bill Clinton saving Obama from election defeat and Obama making a promise that he did not intend to keep.
Hillary Clinton’s favorability rating dropped significantly in a Quinnipiac University poll released Friday, as the months-long investigation into the terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya, have begun to drag on the former secretary of State.
Early polling, for lack of a better description, is almost always – well, wrong. Nevertheless, it is interesting to look at some of the early developments to track initial reactions to candidates in battleground states.