Arlette Saenz, ABC News – May 10, 2016
Vice President Joe Biden today predicted that Hillary Clinton will be his party’s presidential nominee, even though the Democratic primary is still underway. “I feel confident that Hillary will be the nominee, and I feel confident she’ll be the next president,” Biden said in an exclusive interview with “Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts.
Seth Masket and Julia Azari, Vox – March 9, 2016
Clinton is in the difficult position of being held accountable for policies she may have played no role in formulating and from which she was functionally unable to dissent.
Rebecca Traister, New York Magazine – March 6, 2016
Hillary Clinton is moving ever closer to becoming something this country has never had before: a woman nominated by a major political party to be the president of the United States. The possibility that she will go head-to-head against Donald Trump puts the historic nature of her campaign in even starker relief.
Anne Gearan, Washington Post – March 5, 2016
Moderate Republican women and independents would be a key audience for the message that Trump has a demonstrated history of sexism and hostility toward causes and policies important to women, including paid family leave and equal pay. But Brock’s remarks Saturday are aimed at rallying Democratic women behind Clinton as she works to secure the Democratic nomination.