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Three months after Hillary Clinton announced her presidential bid last year, a key ally, former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm, wrote to a top Clinton campaign aide, in a purportedly hacked email released on the WikiLeaks website. Granholm offered, as she put it in her subject line, “a humble
Hillary Clinton is looking past Election Day and gearing up for what comes next, in the event that she wins. Clinton's campaign announced several key appointments for her transition team, who will be tasked with getting everything lined up to begin her term as president should she win the election.
NOTABLES --CLINTON'S WHITE HOUSE TRANSITION TEAM TAKING SHAPE: Clinton's White House transition team has officially launched. According to the campaign, former Interior secretary and Colorado senator, Ken Salazar , will chair the team, which has been dubbed the "Clinton-Kaine Transition Project."
The Former Michigan Governor talks about the Democratic plan for economic progress and prosperity at the 2016 DNC.
Will former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm serve as the future chair of the Democratic Party? “I do not know where that came from. I did not put my name in,” Granholm told ABC News Political Director Rick Klein, shutting down the possibility of her taking over the reins of the Democratic Party
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks and LZ Granderson interview Gov. Jennifer Granholm at the Democratic National Convention.
Ahead of high-stakes contests in five states next Tuesday, Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders and RNC Chair Reince Priebus come to “This Week” Sunday. And in a Sunday exclusive, the billionaire CEO of Koch Industries Charles Koch weighs in on the 2016 race, only on “This Week.”
NOTABLES --AFTER COMPLAINTS BY TRUMP, GOP LEADERS AGREE TO LEAVE RULES ALONE -- FOR NOW: Concerns about perceived bias in the presidential nominating process hung over top Republicans as they debated potential rules changes yesterday at their Spring Committee Meeting in Florida -- and opted to
ABC News' George Stephanopoulos talks to Matt Dowd, Alex Castellanos, Jennifer Granholm, Sara Fagen, and Roland Martin about what's next in the race for the White House.