April 7, 2014
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Economic statecraft has two parts: First, how we harness the forces and use the tools of global economics to strengthen our diplomacy and presence abroad; and second, how we put that diplomacy and presence to work to strengthen our economy at home.

-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

February 26, 2014
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From expanding health care access for National Guard members and reservists as Senator, to increasing health care coverage for millions of children through the creation of SCHIP as First Lady, to expanding rural health care access as the First Lady of Arkansas, Hillary Clinton’s strong and expansive record on health care speaks for itself.

This republican attack is just another desperate and ineffective attempt by the right wing to distract from Hillary Clinton’s long record of supporting working families.

February 26, 2014
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From CNN:
“First, I think she’s going to be asked to account for her time as secretary of state and I don’t think it’s the sterling success people think it is. Quite frankly, much of the foreign policy failures we see in place today began when she ran the Department of State,” Rubio said.

Correct the Record, a group that does not represent Clinton but seeks to defend her against political attacks, argued that Rubio was playing politics with the facts.

The RNC launched an attack today against Joe Biden for his oversight of the $787 billion economic stimulus package that helped the U.S. recover from its worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. The Republicans are once again trying to rewrite history and define the entire stimulus package as wasteful and ineffective. The RNC has obviously forgotten how the stimulus package guided our nation out of an economic disaster. Let’s remind them: