"If there is rain, if it’s too hot, if there’s a mosquito in the room, it is all Barack Obama.”
He is taking on the Council on American-Islamic Relations over their tax status.
Word is expected to come in the next seven to 10 days, according to CBS News.
The National Education Association announced its support of Clinton on Saturday.
He warned against "making a complex and dangerous situation in Syria even worse."
She announced a plan to hold weekly national polls through a smartphone app.
He cited "career politicians in Washington in both parties" as the cause of political dysfunction.
“I’m running for president to stand up for the fundamental rights of Americans,” she said.
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The Harvard law professor argues that polls alone aren't the measure of a candidate's support....
"We now have enough money to run a winning campaign," he said.