The New York Daily News demanded on Wednesday that there is only one recourse after Donald Trump seemed to suggest someone assassinate Hillary Clinton: Abandon Trump.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's answers to the Daily News' questions went into a lot of detail. (Al Drago/CQ Roll Call)
The New York Daily News editorial board got more policy detail from Hillary Clinton than it did from Sen. Bernie Sanders. But it came with a price.
"I better have something to drink," one of the interviewers said, after the Democratic presidential candidate began responding to a question about her college affordability plan. She couldn't have agreed more.