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The time or date displayed reflects when an article was added to or updated in Google News.Advanced search RSS Search Help Send feedback � Editions� National� Global News� PunditFact� States� Arizona� California� Colorado� Florida� Georgia� Illinois� Iowa� Missouri� Nevada� New Hampshire� New York� North Carolina� Ohio� Pennsylvania� Rhode Island� Texas� Virginia� Wisconsin� Truth-O-Meter TM� All� By subject� True� Mostly True� Half True� Mostly False� False� Pants on Fire!� No Flip� Half Flip� Full Flop� 2016� People� Donald Trump� Hillary Clinton� Tim Kaine� Mike Pence� Barack Obama� Chain E-mails� Other people and groups� Promises� Obameter� All� Top 25 Promises� By subject� Not yet rated� In the Works� Stalled� Promise Kept� Compromise� Promise Broken� GOP Pledge-O-Meter� All� By subject� Not yet rated� In the Works� Stalled� Promise Kept� Compromise� Promise Broken� Pants On Fire� About Us� Our Process� Our Staff� Who Pays for Politifact� Suggest a Fact Check� Advertise In an interview with NBC's Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press," former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Sunday she had not yet been contacted by the FBI regarding the inquiry surrounding the use of a private email server during her tenure. Hillary Clinton downplayed criticisms about her use of a private email server as secretary of state and her connections to the financial industry in a Sunday interview on NBC�s Meet the Press.But were Clinton�s statements true?PolitiFact wanted to find out.Wall Street connectionsMeet the Press host Chuck Todd played Clinton a clip of Bernie Sanders joking on the campaign trail that her paid speeches to Goldman Sachs must have been written in Shakespearean prose, because they were rewarded with speaking fees of $225,000."I'm the only candidate in the Democratic primary, or actually on either side, who Wall Street financiers and hedge fund managers are actually running ads against," she responded.

"So I find this, again, a kind of, you know, circuitous way to raise questions about my record."Is it true that Clinton is the sole target of Wall Street this cycle?The Clinton campaign referred us to our own fact-check of an attack ad sponsored by the hedge fund-backed conservative super PAC, Future45.

While this supports Clinton�s point that the financial sector has spent money against her, it doesn�t back the notion that Wall Street has only attacked her.We consulted with Robert Maguire of the Center for Responsive Politics and Nancy Watzman of the Political TV Ad Archive. Their data shows that Clinton�s statement is inaccurate.Clinton�s claim rates Pants on Fire!The trouble with Clinton�s claim is Wall Street financiers and hedge fund managers aren�t a monolithic group.

Some have even expressed their support for Clinton and Sanders, and their donations are dispersed among Republican and Democratic groups.While Clinton has been the target of more attack ads than Sanders, more money from the financial industry has been spent hitting each of the remaining Republicans.

In fact, the candidate subject hillary clinton on meet the press 2016 the most Wall Street-funded hits is actually Donald Trump.Ad blitzes against Clinton primarily come from three conservative groups. In addition to the ad we fact-checked, Future45 has run six others against Clinton.

Wall Street donations account for half of the group�s funding.American Crossroads, founded by Karl Rove, has sponsored eight anti-Clinton ads and the Mitt Romney-affiliated group America Rising has released 10 ads attacking her, two of which also target Sanders.

According to the Center for Responsive Politics, the financial industry is responsible for roughly half of the Rove�s group total donations and two-thirds of the Romney group�s.Future45 has also sponsored one ad against Sanders. ESA Fund, a conservative super PAC, is 56 percent funded by the financial sector and has aired one anti-Sanders ad in Iowa. And last summer, Generation Forward, a pro-Martin O�Malley super PAC, went after Sanders� record on guns. A fifth of its donations come from Wall Street.Clinton�s own affiliated super PAC, Priorities USA Action, took a third of its donations from the financial sector.

It has aired 11 ads against Trump and spent more than $61,000 targeting the Republican frontrunner.But that pales in comparison to the amount of money and airtime Trump�s fellow Republicans have devoted to slamming him. Conservative groups have spent more than $28 million opposing Trump.Our Principles PAC, launched by a former Romney aide, has spent more than $14 million against Trump and sponsored at least 27 ads attacking him.

A third of the group�s funding comes from Wall Street.Marco Rubio�s affiliated super PAC, Conservative Solutions, aired seven anti-Trump ads and received about 40 percent of its funding from the financial sector. Rubio himself was the subject of 11 attack ads by Ted Cruz�s Keep the Promise I super PAC (hedge fund manager Robert Mercer was responsible for $11 million of its $11,036,250 total donations), and 12 by Jeb Bush�s Right to Rise, which is half funded by Wall Street.Clinton�s emailsAnother frequent attack against Clinton is her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.

Todd asked her about the accusation that she's too secretive.Clinton repeated her acknowledgment that her use of a private email server was a mistake, along with her assertion that all of her work-related correspondence was sent using government-operated email servers, which would mean that all of those emails should be sitting in government files somewhere.In any event, she said, all of her emails have been released."I think that anybody who's actually looked at this has concluded that I have now put out all of my emails," she said.

"Go and ask others for their emails. Ask everybody else who's in public office. I'm the one who's done it, and I did it because I thought it was the right thing to do."So are all the emails out?We rate the claim Half True.Clinton says she had about 60,000 emails on her private server during the four years she was secretary of state.She turned over about 30,940 emails to the State Department, in paper form, for review and archiving.

Clinton said those emails were work-related.The rest, she said, were private. She deleted those emails.It�s unclear if any of those emails have been recovered. None have been made public.Bloomberg reported in September that the FBI had obtained the server from a company called Platte River Networks in Colorado and had recovered those deleted emails. McClatchy reported in October that some emails were synched with a cloud storage system run by Datto Inc.

of Connecticut and Clinton agreed to have that data released to the FBI.However, McClatchy reported "conflicting accounts as to whether the developments could lead to retrieval of any of Clinton�s more than 31,000 personal emails, which she said she deleted from her private server upon turning over her work-related emails to the State Department, at its request, in December 2014."That�s a fairly critical point, as congressional Republicans have questioned whether any of those "personal" emails contained government business. Email comments and suggestions for fact-checks to truthometer@politifact.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

(If you send us a comment, we'll assume you don't mind us publishing it unless you tell us otherwise.) Keep up to date with PolitiFact� Put a free PolitiFact widget on your blog or Web page� Subscribe to our RSS feeds on Truth-O-Meter items� Subscribe to our RSS feeds on GOP Pledge-O-Meter items� Subscribe to our RSS feeds on Obameter items� Follow us on Twitter� Fan us on Facebook� Advertise on PolitiFact � Arizona� California� Colorado� Florida� Georgia� Iowa� Illinois� Missouri� Nevada� New Hampshire� New York� North Carolina� Ohio� Rhode Island� Pennsylvania� Texas� Virginia� Wisconsin � Arizona� California� Colorado� Florida� Georgia� Iowa� Illinois� Missouri� Nevada� New Hampshire� New York� North Carolina� Ohio� Pennsylvania� Rhode Island� Texas� Virginia� WisconsinSpecial Editions � 2016 � All Rights Reserved � Tampa Bay Times� EditionTop Ongoing� 2016 Presidential Debates� Aleppo's ChildrenTV� Nightly News� Meet The Press� Dateline� TodayFeatured� NBC News VR� College Game Plan� Data Points� Making a Difference� Long Story Short� 101� Show Me� Flashback� 30 Seconds to Know� Debunker Top Ongoing� 2016 Presidential Debates� Aleppo's ChildrenTV� Nightly News� Meet The Press� Dateline� TodayFeatured� NBC News VR� College Game Plan� Data Points� Making a Difference� Long Story Short� 101� Show Me� Flashback� 30 Seconds to Know� Debunker Meet the Press - September 4, 2016(BEGIN TAPE)CHUCK TODD:This Sunday, 65 days to election day and we're no clearer about Donald Trump and deportation.

Is he purposely not committing to a policy or does he really not have one?DONALD TRUMP: We did discuss the wall, we didn't discuss payment of the wall. They don't know it yet, but they're going to pay for the wall.CHUCK TODD:This morning I tried to pin down Donald Trump's running mate, Mike Pence, on what a Trump presidency would do.GOV.

MIKE PENCE:I think Donald Trump's been completely consistent. CHUCK TODD:And get his reaction to the latest news on Hillary Clinton's e-mail.GOV. MIKE PENCE:Just this more evidence that Hillary Clinton is the most dishonest candidate for president of the United States since Richard Nixon.CHUCK TODD: My sit-down with Mike Pence. Also, you say you want a revolution?GOV.

MIKE PENCE:We need a political revolution.CHUCK TODD:But where is it? Can Bernie Sanders convince his most passionate followers to get behind Clinton? Senator Sanders will join me live. Plus polls show the race is getting tighter. Clinton is losing ground. But Trump isn't gaining much. So where is Clinton's support going? Joining me for insight and analysis this Sunday morning are Chris Cillizza of The Washington Post, Kristen Welker of NBC News, Alex Castellanos, an advisor to Donald Trump, and Maria Teresa Kumar of Voto Latino.

Welcome to Sunday, it's Meet the Press.ANNOUNCER:From NBC News in Washington this is Meet The Press with Chuck Todd.(END TAPE)CHUCK TODD:Good Sunday morning, and a happy Labor Day weekend, end of summer to everyone. It's hard to look at the events of this past week and not think it all seems oddly familiar.

Wash, rinse, repeat, right? On Friday, it was Hillary Clinton then e-mails. The F.B.I. revealed details about their interview with Clinton, ended up raising new questions and giving Republicans yet more ammunition to go after her about how she and her aides handled e-mails and classified information while she was at the State Department.On Wednesday, it was Trump and the issue of deportation.

In the afternoon, he seemed accommodating, maybe even presidential, in a meeting with Mexico's President in Mexico City. Then, just hours later, before supporters in Phoenix, Trump gave a thundering anti-illegal immigration speech that seemed more suited for the primaries than the general election. And just yesterday, Trump made a rare attempt at winning over African-American voters with an appearance at Great Faith Ministries in Detroit.DONALD TRUMP:I am here today to listen to your message, and I hope my presence here will also help your voice to reach new audiences in our country.

Today I just want to let you know that I am here to listen to you, and I've been doing that.CHUCK TODD:Yesterday I caught up with Trump's running mate, Governor Mike Pence of Indiana at the Ohio State University just before the Buckeyes' opening game against Bowling Green.

Not much of a game, by the way. Ohio State won big, 77 to 10. I asked Pence to explain Trump's position on deporting undocumented workers in this country. And then I had to ask again and again and again. Here it is.(BEGIN TAPE)GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:It begins with building a wall, border security. It begins with enforcing the laws of this country, removing criminal aliens and removing people who've overstayed their visa, ending catch and release, strengthening our border patrol, strengthening immigration and customs enforcement, doing all of the kinds of things we've talked about, the eVerify system for employers in this country, all the things that we know will bring all the incentives that are built into our economy, all of the ways that illegal immigration has been made possible in this country, all of that will come to an end.And I think that's exactly what the American people want to hear today.

And with regard to anyone that remains after all of that is done, I think what you heard Donald Trump say is that we'll give consideration, working with the Congress, in a new and reformed immigration system, to consider it at that time. But what the American people want to see today is to establish the borders of this country, enforce the laws of this country.

And Donald Trump has created a roadmap to do that, Chuck.CHUCK TODD:Why can't you definitively say what's going to happen to these folks? Because he used to definitively say it. He said there would be- everybody has to leave. Even if- quickly. Everybody has to leave. And now there's some muddiness to this. I don't know how- it is just unclear to me. Can you clear this up?GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:Well, that may be the way you see it.

Looking at this, some 10,000 people in Arizona last week, it wasn't the way they see it. As I travel across this country campaigning with Donald Trump and for Donald Trump, I think people hear him loud and clear. And he's been completely consistent on this point. He put-CHUCK TODD:No he - on this no he's not -GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:-he put illegal immigration-CHUCK TODD:He had deportation-GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:-at the very center of the national debate.CHUCK TODD:But he has not been consistent on this issue of what to do with the 11 to 15 million.GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:Well, but there are people in different circumstances in that category.

There are people who are criminal aliens in this country. And I think everyone in this country understands that people who are here-CHUCK TODD:and I assume you mean violent crimes.GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:Well, people who are here, who their first act in this country was a violation of the law, but have gone on to criminal activity in America, we want them out. We want them out quickly. Donald Trump has made it very clear that a priority of our administration will be removing criminal aliens.We'll also be finding people who've overstayed their visa.

An enormous number of people come to this country legally and then simply overstay their visas because we make no effort to hold them accountable to that or uphold the law. The simple truth is that what the American people long to see is leadership at the national level that doesn't myopically focus on the group that you're focused on and I know the media loves to focus on.CHUCK TODD:It's not the media.GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:But is focused on-CHUCK TODD:There's a lot of-GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:But Chuck, is focused on-CHUCK TODD:But Latino-GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:-the American people themselves.CHUCK TODD:There was a whole bunch of Latino leaders that there's quite a few of them have backed away from supporting your ticket because they didn't like what they heard on Wednesday because they were told one thing and they felt misled.

One of them even said they felt misled. And one of the major issues has to do with what about this issue of deportations.GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:Well, I was-CHUCK TODD:And what are you going to do?GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:Well, I was-CHUCK TODD:And it's not just media.GOVERNOR MIKE PENCE:I was campaigning in Idaho. And a Mexican-American who came to this country legally with his family came up to me wearing a Trump-Pence shirt, shook my hand and said, "Tell Donald Trump we support him 100%." I mean people who have come to this country legally, who stood in line, who played by the rules, in the Latino and the Hispanic community, just like every other American, long to have a president that says, "We are a nation of laws, and that we're going to uphold and enforce those laws." � Editions� National� Global News� PunditFact� States� Arizona� California� Colorado� Florida� Georgia� Illinois� Iowa� Missouri� Nevada� New Hampshire� New York� North Carolina� Ohio� Pennsylvania� Rhode Island� Texas� Virginia� Wisconsin� Truth-O-Meter TM� All� By subject� True� Mostly True� Half True� Mostly False� False� Pants on Fire!� No Flip� Half Flip� Full Flop� 2016� People� Donald Trump� Hillary Clinton� Tim Kaine� Mike Pence� Barack Obama� Chain E-mails� Other people and groups� Promises� Obameter� All� Top 25 Promises� By subject� Not yet rated� In the Works� Stalled� Promise Kept� Compromise� Promise Broken� GOP Pledge-O-Meter� All� By subject� Not yet rated� In the Works� Stalled� Promise Hillary clinton on meet the press 2016 Compromise� Promise Broken� Pants On Fire� About Us� Our Process� Our Staff� Who Pays for Politifact� Suggest a Fact Check� Advertise Hillary Clinton made the case Sunday that she "will be the party�s nominee," emphasizing on Meet the Press that she�s already won more votes hillary clinton on meet the press 2016 rival Bernie Sanders and she�ll be the better prepared candidate for the fall.When host Chuck Todd pointed out that Sanders fares better than Clinton in head-to-head matchups against presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump, Clinton suggested Sanders hasn�t been vetted as thoroughly as she has been."Let me say that I don't think he's had a single negative ad ever run against him.

And that's fine. But we know what we're going into, and we understand what it's going to take to win in the fall," she said. "And finally, I would say that, you know, polls this far out mean nothing."Compared with Clinton, Sanders hasn�t faced as many negative ad blitzes from Republican groups.

But her claim that he hasn�t had "a single ad ever run against him" is inaccurate. We rated it False.Dem-on-Dem negative campaigningMost of the attacks we found on Sanders actually come from other Democrats, including by groups supporting Clinton herself.The Sanders campaign pointed us to web videos by Correct the Record, a super PAC hybrid known as a Carey committee that supports Clinton.

The group�s YouTube channel includes at least 13 negative videos about Sanders.�(Correct the Record said that its videos are not ads as it does not "do any paid public communications.")One asks, "Will Bernie Sanders explain why he�s sided with the gun lobby time and time again?" (This charge is largely inaccurate.) Others focus on Sanders " going negative" against Clinton and his record with fact-checkers.The Clinton campaign itself sent a President's Day-themed attack ad against Sanders through text messages, BuzzFeed reported.

After audio of Sanders saying it would be a good idea if President Barack Obama "faced primary opposition" in 2012, the text reads, "Hillary is the only one in this race who�ll fight for the progress we�ve made under President Obama."Sanders is also featured in Republican-on-Republican attack ads as an unfavorable comparison.

For example, the conservative American Future Fund ran an attack ad against Ted Cruz by lumping him in with Sanders and other Democrats on national security issues.Clinton, who�s been a national figure and subject of GOP criticism for decades, has a point that she has faced far more negative campaigning than Sanders has.Using the Political TV Ad Archive, we found some 120 ads either attacking Clinton directly or drawing unfavorable parallels between her and Republican candidates.

Besides virtually all of the 2016 contenders on the GOP side, Clinton�s been consistently hit by conservative super PACs, the Republican National Committee and even some down-ballot GOP candidates.Sanders, on the other hand, has been largely spared by the Republican attack machine this cycle, and Clinton�s campaign sent us several articles to that point.

Given that the ads would likely focus on Sanders� self-proclaimed socialism, why are Republicans leaving Sanders alone?The answer seems to be that they don�t really see him as a threat."Sanders has an important message that is resonating with many. But that is not enough to win the nomination.

Why spend money that will have little return on the investment?" said John Geer, a political science professor at Vanderbilt University who wrote In Defense of Negativity: Attack Advertising in Presidential Campaign.Clinton�s polling numbersSanders still does better against Trump in head-to-head polling. Todd asked Clinton how she would get past hillary clinton on meet the press 2016 negative numbers.Clinton argued that once she gets on a job, whether it's first lady, U.S. senator or secretary of state, she gets things done."So I have a track record.

And I'm going to remind people of that. Because it's not just rhetoric, for me," she said. "When I was secretary of state, I had a very high approval rating, as you can go back and check. Because I was doing a job that people could see."The latest NBC News poll shows that 54 percent of registered voters have a negative or somewhat negative opinion of Clinton. Trump scores a bit worse at 58 percent.

But Clinton is right that she was well regarded when she served as secretary of state from January 2009 through Feb. 1, 2013. Her statement rates True.We found that Clinton's favorability rating ebbed and flowed during her two and a half decades on the national political scene. Gallup pegged it as low as 38 percent when her husband ran for president in 1992, but the polling firm has said that's because she was wasn't well known.It peaked at 62 percent during her first years as first lady, dropped to 43 percent in 1996 during the "Travelgate" investigation, and spiked to its highest point ever � 67 percent � in December 1998 when her husband was impeached for perjury in the wake of scandals involving Monica Lewinsky and Paula Jones.

By the time she left the White House in 2001, Clinton's Gallup rating was down to 44 percent.Her polling numbers started going up during her time in the Senate and hit another peak of 58 percent in 2007 while a senator and just after announcing she would run for president, according to Gallup.After another dip, it shot up to 65 percent in 2009 when she became secretary of state and stayed high for most of her tenure. Email comments and suggestions for fact-checks to truthometer@politifact.com or find us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+.

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During the interview, Kaine defended Hillary Clinton saying that he can �brag� about Clinton�s accomplishments in a way that she will not about herself. He spoke about many of the aspects of her career. Todd asked Kaine about the issue of Clinton�s emails, and he responded by saying that a Clinton administration would be �real transparent.� Kaine was also asked about the fight against ISIS and his thoughts on President Barack Obama�s Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland.

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Author M. White Posted on August 7, 2016 Categories Interviews, Tim Kaine Tags accomplishments, Barack, campaign, career, Clinton, Court, email, expereince, Garland, Hillary, interview, ISIS, kaine, Meet the Press, Merrick, NBC, nominee, Obama, president, record, Supreme, Tim, transparency, transparent, video Hillary Clinton Interviewed on Meet the�Press This morning, Hillary Clinton was interviewed by host Chuck Todd on NBC�s Meet the Press.

During the interview, Clinton and Todd discussed a number of topics including the continuing race between her and Democratic rival Bernie Sanders. She said that Sanders has every right to continue his campaign until all voters have cast their ballots. Clinton also continued her harsh criticism of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump saying, �There�s no evidence he has any ideas about making America great, as he advertises. He seems to be particularly focused on making himself appear great.� Todd also asked Clinton about the upcoming primary states and some of her platform topics.

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Author M. White Posted on May 22, 2016 July 2, 2016 Categories Interviews Tags Bernie, campaign, Chuck, Clinton, criticism, Democrat, Democratic, Donald, Election, Hillary, host, interview, Meet the Press, NBC, nominee, platform, president, primary, race, Republican, Sanders, Todd, Trump, video Hillary Clinton Interviewed on NBC�s Meet the�Press On this morning�s Meet the Press, Hillary Clinton was interviewed by host Chuck Todd.

During the interview, Todd asked Clinton about the FBI investigation of her email server. She said that when and if the FBI want to interview her, she will be happy to comply, but the question has yet the be asked. Todd also asked Clinton about when she and Democratic rival Bernie Sanders would debate next. The two campaigns have been having difficulties agreeing to a date.

Clinton said that she is confident a debate date will be agreed upon saying,��I know that I still have work to do to win the nomination, and I�m going to keep reaching out to every voter, everywhere in these remaining contests.� A full video from the interview is not currently available, but a transcript can be read HERE.For all the latest, follow our revamped Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.News Source: NBC News � Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)� Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)� Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)� Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)� Click to email (Opens in new window)� Click to print (Opens in new window)� Like Loading.

Author M. White Posted on April 3, 2016 July 2, 2016 Categories Interviews Tags Bernie, campaign, Chuck Todd, Clinton, debate, Democrat, Democratic, email, FBI, Hillary, host, interview, Meet the Press, NBC, nomination, president, question, Sanders, server, transcript, video Hillary Clinton on Meet the�Press On Sunday morning, Hillary Clinton appeared live on NBC�s Meet the Press.

She appeared via satellite feed live from Iowa where she is currently campaigning. During the interview, host Chuck Todd asked Clinton about speaking fees she has accepted from Wall Street banks, the continued investigation into her private email server, and whether she believes her 2016 campaign mirrors her 2008 campaign. On the question about her current campaign lacking enthusiasm, she replied, �I can only react to what I�m doing, feeling, getting responses from people.

I feel really great that we have the level of enthusiasm that we do. And we also have a really good team on the ground that�s been working for months to make sure it�s not here today, gone tomorrow.� A video from the interview will be added when/if available.

For now, a transcript is available HERE.Clinton had three events scheduled today in Iowa. For all the latest, follow our revamped Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.News Source: Yahoo Politics � Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)� Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)� Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)� Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)� Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)� Click to email (Opens in new window)� Click to print (Opens in new window)� Like Loading.

Author M. White Posted on January 24, 2016 July 2, 2016 Categories Interviews Tags campaign, Chuck, Clinton, email, fees, Hillary, investigation, Iowa, live, Meet the Press, NBC, president, private, server, speaking, Todd, transcript, video, Wall Street Clinton Interviewed for Meet the Press�Daily Continuing the interview that aired on Meet the Press yesterday, Hillary Rodham Clinton and host Chuck Todd discussed a number of topics including trade, abortion, her differences with President Barack Obama, and ISIS.

The interview is broken up into two parts, which can be viewed on the Meet the Press Daily website (the videos may be available for a limited time). Click the links to watch the interview: PART 1 and PART 2.Tomorrow, Clinton is scheduled to attend an event in Nashville, Tennessee.

For alOn Sunday morning, NBC�s Chuck Todd sat down for an interview with the man who�d probably be the next Vice President of the United States, if the election were held today: Virginia senator and former governor Tim Kaine.And he walked into the interview at a rather strange moment for the Clinton/Kaine ticket, following up a solid week of devastatingly bad coverage from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, but also some self-inflicted wounds on Hillary Clinton�s part, too.Namely, Clinton's repeated insistence that FBI director James Comey deemed her public statements on her private email server truthful, which she attempted to explain away as a �short circuit� this week, insisting she meant that she�d been truthful in her statements to the FBI.Todd started off the interview by coming straight at Kaine on Clinton�s low trustworthiness ratings, which have remained abysmal throughout her 2016 campaign.

Specifically, Todd asked Kaine how that trust can be repaired, and whether it would pose a governing problem if the Democratic ticket were elected. Kaine did not grant that Clinton�s public trust problem would still be a big story in a month, however. He insisted that the American people were finally getting reintroduced to Clinton in a positive light, and promised that he�d �brag� about Clinton in a way she�s more averse to. Addressing the Comey controversy?or, rather, the brouhaha about Clinton�s repeated claims about his comments about her truthfulness?Kaine followed along with the same line of argument Clinton made during an appearance earlier this week, suggesting that she was �sort of talking past� Fox News anchor Chris Wallace when she initially made the remarks: �I have heard Hillary Clinton say over and over again, when I�ve been sitting next to her and when I�ve watched her on TV, that 'with respect to the emails, I�ve made a mistake and I learned something and I wouldn�t do it again�' I think Chris Wallace and Hillary were sort of talking past each other last week.

She was saying what Director Comey acknowledged to be true, that when she spoke to the FBI, when she was talking to the FBI, the FBI thought her answers in that setting were truthful.�For the record, Clinton has been insisting for days that Comey deemed her claims to the FBI �truthful,� when in actuality, he said the agency had �no basis to believe� that Clinton had lied to the FBI.

These may seem equivalent, but it is nonetheless a relevant distinction?not unlike how an acquittal means a person is found �not guilty,� but not �innocent.�Kaine pledged that he and Clinton were going to be �real transparent� going forward. Todd then raised the issue of a $400 million repayment to the Iranian government that coincided with the release of American prisoners earlier this year, which has recently been characterized as a �ransom� by the American right.

Kaine also mentioned Trump�s own bizarre escapade over the issue, when the GOP nominee repeatedly insisted he�d seen a non-existent video of the cash hand-off, before offering his analysis of why the criticisms are wrong.�I understand why Donald Trump�s trying to make something out of it, but look, there are two important issues,� Kaine explained.

�The first one is there�was a legitimate claim against the United States, the United States bargained it down to a fraction, we�re making claims in international tribunals and having claims made against us all the time� I understand why Trump�s trying to make something out of it, but there�s just no there there.�When Todd again asked Kaine if he believed the repayment looked like a ransom, Kaine didn�t cede anything, replying �absolutely not.� Kaine also affirmed his support for Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, who the GOP is trying to block in the hopes of Trump getting to make the pick.Kaine wasn�t the only politico who weighed in on Clinton�s week in the press on Sunday, although he offered perhaps the most unabashedly positive analysis.

Over at Fox News, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich attacked Clinton over her answers regarding Comey and her email server, and her otherwise innocuous claim to have suffered a �short circuit.� Specifically, Gingrich dubbed the �short circuit� excuse to be a �very dangerous� way for Clinton to �lie about lying.� Top Ongoing� 2016 Presidential Debates� Aleppo's ChildrenTV� Nightly News� Meet The Press� Dateline� TodayFeatured� NBC News VR� College Game Plan� Data Points� Making a Difference� Long Story Short� 101� Show Me� Flashback� 30 Seconds to Know� Debunker Top Ongoing� 2016 Presidential Debates� Aleppo's ChildrenTV� Nightly News� Meet The Press� Dateline� TodayFeatured� NBC News VR� College Game Plan� Data Points� Making a Difference� Long Story Short� 101� Show Me� Flashback� 30 Seconds to Know� Debunker Can Anything Touch Teflon Trump?Donald Trump has said many things during the campaign that would have sunk many other presidential candidate but apparently has no impact on his loyal supporters.

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