led to national education goals. i had the honor to cochair the education task force. bill clinton -- we were invited to the white house and traveled with the president to the state of the union address when he announced the national goals. that's the only time i've been there for the state of the union and we sat with barbara bush in the balcony with the four governors are you one of those governors became the next president, bill clinton.
of the aisle woud raise bill clinton as somehow negative to their peril." nats - "....sanders rally..." while bernie sanders campaigns in nevada-- calling for a government less influenced by billionaires-- donald trump lobs an insult. tweeting: "strange, but i see wacko bernie sanders allies coming over to me because i'm lowering taxes." analysts say trump's harsh attacks on the democrats aren't likely to come back and hurt him... at least for now. 5 weeks out from the first primaries, he is still the dominant republican candidate. sot - matthew dowd / abc news contributor "i think the only person who can bring down donald trump is donald trump. bazi ..we're not sure if trump will be flattered or disappointed by a new gallup poll out this morning that shows
to pass. what my amendment did -- >> you said the bill. >> is take citizenship off the table. but it doesn't mean -- what it doesn't mean that i supported the other aspects of the bill. >> democratic front-runner hillary clinton picked up the endorsement of billionaire investor warren buffett yesterday. during their joint appearance in buffett's hometown of omaha, nebraska, clinton expressed support for the buffett rule which calls on millionaires to pay an income tax rate of at least 30%. and in his introduction, buffett praised clinton as the best candidate in the field to tackle income and wealth inequality. >> the odds, you know, the game has been stacked in her direction. and that's a primary reason, there are a lot of other reasons, but it's a primary reason why i'm going to be so delighted when secretary clinton takes the oval office.
political world. former president bill clinton is hitting the campaign trail next week in new hampshire. nigel: he plans to stump for his wife, the democratic frontrunner. but before he utters a word, donald trump is already on the attack. nbc's brian mooar has the story from washington. brian: bill clinton is hitting the campaign trail next week in new hampshire, and donald trump has already fired off a preemptive,
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