Answers to eighteen questions on the subject of the campaign, the email investigation, and the actions taken by Comey and the FBI.
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The relevance of this letter is probably not that explosive new evidence of Clinton criminality has suddenly emerged. It is that Comey made a set of representations to Congress that have been complicated by new information, and he's informing Congress of that fact before the election.
The third and final presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took place at the University of Nevada Las Vegas last night, with Chris Wallace moderating.
No matter who wins the presidential election, the political forces in the United States that believe in democracy, the rule of law, and the integrity of our institutions need to unite.
The shift in our conception of the most pressing national security threats of our time—from state-orchestrated nuclear apocalypse to radical terrorism—has had tremendous implications for what we look for in our leaders when assessing their ability to handle national security. Trump is proof.
A roundup of all the Lawfare-relevant quotes from the Vice Presidential debate, organized by topic.
The much-anticipated debut debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took place on Monday night at Hofstra University. In a conversation moderated by NBC’s Lester Holt, the candidates began by discussing economic issues and race relations before concluding with a back-and-forth on national security. The most extensive discussions on security topics covered the candidates’ plans related to the Islamic State, domestic terrorism, cybersecurity, NATO, nuclear weapons, the nuclear deal with Iran, and their support for the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
A candidate forum with Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on national security issues took place last night on NBC. It included questions to both candidates from an audience of veterans.
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Americans’ sense of the importance of national security in this election has remained notably steady over the past few months. And so long as national security remains an issue of paramount concern to voters, the candidates’ qualifications to serve as Commander in Chief will be a focal point in the general election.