The businessman is the most-Googled presidential candidate in 49 states.
"He’s got no problem giving billions of dollars away to the super wealthy," she said.
Jonathan Easley 08/05/15 06:00 AM EDT
Some say there are advantages to being in the 'happy hour debate.'
The email controversy has continued to dog Clinton’s presidential campaign.
The 2016 candidate totaled between $13 million and $34 million in assets.
He offered an amendment to cyber legislation calling for the creation of a commission.
The Republican National Committee gleefully blasted out the poll results.
Rick Perry fails to make the top 10, officially announced by Fox late Tuesday afternoon.
Bush said he wasn't "sure we need half a billion dollars for women's health issues."
The amendment could add another hurdle to the push to pass the cyber bill by the end of the week.