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PURCELLVILLE, Va. — Mike Pence slammed Hillary Clinton’s denouncement of Donald Trump’s "alt-right" supporters, calling it an attack on “millions of hard working Americans who long for a better future in this country" at a rally here Saturday. It was Pence’s first sustained response to the Democratic nominee's Reno speech attacking his Republican running mate, as the presidential race saw new levels of insult-slinging in recent days.“It’s really remarkable isn’t it?
What's more annoying, the Third Way or Politico's willingness to keep giving them a megaphone, no matter how irrelevant they become?
If she wins the presidency, [Hillary] Clinton would likely enjoy the shortest honeymoon period of any incoming commander-in-chief in recent history, according to Washington strategists, confronting major roadblocks to enacting her ambitious agenda, as well as Republican attacks that have been muted courtesy of the GOP nominee.
"It will be the defining fact of her presidency," Jonathan Cowan, president of the moderate think tank Third Way, said of Clinton's problem of entering office with a divided Congress.