Hillary Clinton Quotes
It is our obligation as Americans to dig deep in doing whatever we can to build the kind of future we want for ourselves, and our children.
I will be running against Donald Trump in the fall and I do not want Americans and good thinking Republicans, as well as Democrats and independents to start to believe this is a normal candidacy. It isn't ... Look what he's done this past week: attacking our closest ally, England; heaping praise on a dangerous dictator in North Korea; reiterating his call to pull out of NATO, our strong military alliance; talking about letting other countries have nuclear weapons; advocating a return to torture and even murdering the families of suspected terrorists. That is beyond the pale.
Boeing and other big companies get support [from the government], just like their competitors do from the countries they are from.
If we are going to compete and win in the global economy, we can't let every other country support their companies and we take a hands off approach, I will not agree with that.
I'm running an inclusive campaign, I want to knock down barriers for all Americans not just some of them.
The stark statistics about lower-educated white middle class people in our country having a deteriorating life span is distressing.
I have a long archive of quotes from Republicans talking about how good it is to work with me, what a good colleague I am, how we can find common ground.
There's a role for rhetoric, there's a role for political ideology. But the best way you can tell what a President can and will do is by looking at what that person brings to his or her candidacy.
I can't control what the republicans are doing, but I know what the facts are and I will keep putting them out there.
Americans who are doing business, in every aspect of the economy, want to know more about the world.
Unless we create more jobs and get incomes rising and fix the tax system so that it doesn't in so many way tilt towards the wealthy, people are not going to get ahead, they are not going to feel they are getting ahead and they are still going to feel that government, the economy is rigged against them, which is bad for our democracy.
At the end of the day, people take this vote seriously. They know that they are voting for who they prefer will be the next President and Commander in Chief.
We [America] can't wait to make progress on the myriad of issues we will face in the next administration.
You've got to work hard as president - nobody is giving the job away. You've got to get out there and earn it, and that's what I try to do every single day.