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A pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC is accused of accepting illegal donations from a company that holds contracts with the federal government. Are people tired of hearing allegations about Clinton?

A pro-Hillary Clinton super PAC is accused of accepting illegal donations from a company that holds contracts with the federal government. Are people tired of hearing allegations about Clinton?
  • Yes, the illegal donations or email issues very likely won't change anyone's mind about Clinton.

    To that end, the illegal donations or email issues very likely won't change anyone's mind about Clinton. If you already don't like her, it'll probably confirm all the bad things you think about her. But if you're open to voting for Clinton, the illegal donations from a company that holds contracts with the federal government or email discussion looks more like desperate political posturing that distracts from the real issues.

  • Fed up to our ...ears

    Yes, we are tired of it. The question is are we going to do anything about it or let her skate right on in to the White House? That really isn't a question at all but a given seeing how things are working out. Her husband started the grand tradition to which Mrs. Clinton is strictly adhering to.

  • Yes, many are tired of Clinton controversies.

    There have been so many controversies surrounding Hillary Clinton that many have grown tired of hearing about these allegations. It does not mean that the allegations have no merit. Instead, it just means that much of the public has grown used to hearing allegations leveled at Hillary Clinton. After hearing about so many Clinton controversies over the years, many are tired of hearing about them.

  • No, people are not tired of hearing allegations about Hillary Clinton.

    No, the public is not tired of hearing allegations about Hillary Clinton. Since she is the presumptive nominee of the Democratic party, the public needs and wants to hear everything about her so that they can make more-informed decisions about who to vote for in the upcoming presidential election. People would like to hear more about both candidates whether the information is good or bad.


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