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Footage of Democrat Hillary Clinton changing her mind on several key issues like the same-sex marriage, universal healthcare, links to big banks and foreign policy experience is gathering momentum. Mr Johnston made clear the project, which has been viewed almost 7. The video starts off on same sex marriage, and how Ms Clinton did not publicly support it until
But the more than 5, White House documents made public for the first time Thursday offer what could be a political silver lining for Hillary Clinton as she prepared to announce her second presidential bid. An order forbidding contractors from discriminating against gays and lesbians was eventually issued by the White House, but not until last year — some two presidencies later. Other memos made public this week at the Clinton Library show aides to Hillary Clinton worked to defeat an effort spearheaded by Rep. Steve Largent R-Okla.
Never mind that the ruling could easily have gone the other way: It gives her a chance to stress the importance of nominating liberal Supreme Court justices, and creates a moment of enthusiasm in the LGBT community that her campaign needs to ride. It places her squarely in the mainstream of public opinion. It also delivers to her opponents in the Democratic primary a chance to tell voters that they were on the right side of history first — but that might not matter much.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said same-sex marriage is the "law of the land - including in Alabama. In a statement issued Wednesday night, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said that the administrative order issued by Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore indicates that more work needs to be done to secure the marriage rights of gays. Clinton's statement did not name Moore but said in her statement, "There are still judges who are determined to stand in the way of people's rights.
At issue was President Bill Clinton's motive for signing the measure. Hillary Clinton called it a defensive maneuver to ward off more crippling legislation. Bernie Sanders I-Vt. A review of contemporaneous news articles and interviews with key players at the time supports Sanders' version more than Clinton's.
Clinton later cited that brief when, in a Washington Post op-edhe called for the law he signed to be struck down by the court. There is no contemporaneous evidence, however, to support the claim that the Clinton White House considered a possible federal constitutional amendment to be a concern, based on a BuzzFeed News review of the thousands of documents released earlier this year by the Clinton Presidential Library about same-sex couples' marriage rights and the Defense of Marriage Act. In the days since, many longtime LGBT advocates have called the comments inaccurate — and her leading opponent for the Democratic nomination, Bernie Sanders, who voted against the legislation as a congressman, criticized her implicitly but sharply, onstage at the Jefferson-Jackson Dinner in Iowa.