Following S.C. Win, Clinton Pivots To General Election Ahead Of Super Tuesday
The frontrunner for the Democratic nomination has turned her attention to the Republican field, homing in on their plan to end the health law. "They never tell you what they’ll put it in its place because you won’t like it," Hillary Clinton says.
Hillary Clinton Shifts Fire From Sanders To GOP Ahead Of Super Tuesday
Hillary Clinton’s main target is Sen. Bernie Sanders no more. Fresh off a resounding victory in the South Carolina primary, the former secretary of State is lambasting the Republican primary field on everything from health care to “hateful rhetoric” and gun control as she prepares for a series of Tuesday contests expected to help tighten her grip on the Democratic presidential nomination. ... Clinton’s assault on Republicans included ... their plan to end Obamacare. “They never tell you what they’ll put it in its place because you won’t like it,” she said, including ending restrictions on insurance company discrimination against individuals with pre-existing medical conditions and kicking adult children off their parents’ health insurance plans. (Przybyla, 2/29)
The Associated Press:
Super Tuesday Is Super 'Nail-Bitey'
Super Tuesday is the big gulp moment for any presidential candidate who makes it that far. It's the biggest day of competition in American democracy except for Election Day itself. It's super nail-bitey, super expensive and often super-clarifying — the killer and maker of dreams. So will it set everything straight in the chaotic presidential race? Maybe. Quite possibly not. (2/29)