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The National Archives on Friday will release about 4,000 pages of secret memos and other internal records from President Bill Clinton's administration, including communications about then-Vice President Al Gore's 2000 presidential campaign.
Will they show the Florida recount after recount after recount and how the hanging chads, no matter how far they hung, were mostly put in the Gore column?
Will they identify who killed Vince Foster and how much it cost the Clinton’s to have officials rule his death a suicide?
Will they show a list of the White House fixtures the Clinton’s stole when they moved out in January 2009 and how many of them they were forced to return?
Will they show a list of people who occupied the Lincoln bedroom and how much they paid for the privilege?
Will they reveal what the Clinton’s received in exchange for the 40 Commutations 150 Pardons given by Bill Clinton?
The poll comes as the president is struggling with a response to Putin's push into Ukraine and expectations that Crimea will break off and join Russia.
he public, however, does not seem to be struggling over the Ukraine crisis. The poll found that 50 percent do not believe that the “U.S. should get involved in Russia's dispute with Ukraine.” Twenty-five percent do, and 24 percent are not sure.
And only 24 percent approve of Obama’s handling of the situation.
Chris Matthews (pictured above) famously said he “felt a thrill go up his leg” when he heard Barack Obama’s Inauguration speech on January 20, 2009.
Now the thrill is apparently gone.
Matthews' “lose the Senate” rambling declaration is in the video above as he tells folks on the MSNBC Morning Joe program that the Democrats will lose the Senate in November - that is uf you can bear to listen to his stammering two minute diatribe.