Elizabeth Warren was confronted by an angry father at a campaign event in Iowa by an angry father who took issue with her plan to forgive student loan debts. Arguing that those who paid for college tuition themselves would be "screwed" by her proposal, he confronted the Democratic senator on Monday at a presidential campaign town hall in Grimes, Iowa. Having waited patiently in line for a photo, he said: "I just wanted to ask one question. My daughter is getting out of school. I've saved all my money. She doesn't have any student loans. Am I going to get my money back?" "Of course not," Senator Warren replied.
"This was by far, hands down, the worst white supremacist rally I have ever seen," she joked to Doocy. "There were people shaking my hand. I mean, they even let me speak, for goodness sake." "So, it's almost as if MLK's dream to see that people judge people based on the content of their character and not the color of their skin had actually become reality," Okafor added. "This was just exemplifying the whole thing." Okafor argued that coverage portraying rally attendees as white nationalists was just adding to the left's agenda "to divide this country." "And," she said, "You know, the right is not going to stand for it."
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Hillary Clinton is back in the headlines at the start of this election year, but not because she's vying for the 2020 Democratic nomination. The former First Lady has kicked off a promotional tour for her upcoming documentary Hillary, which will debut at the Sundance Film Festival later this month. Clinton, 72, talked with the Hollywood Reporter about the four-part Hulu series in which she addresses old wounds " both political and personal. "Once I decided that the film would be about more than a behind-the-scenes look at the campaign, I had to accept the fact it was going to be about my life," Clinton explained. read more