Diane Mantouvalos

Founder, Just Say No Deal

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Founder of Just Say No Deal, a grassroots online clearinghouse for supporters of Hillary Clinton

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The latest foreign policy challenge comes amid talk of " Obama fatigue " and new attention's being paid to  the role of Hillary Clinton  at the Democrats' nominating convention in…

Hillary Clinton and the Democratic Convention

The latest foreign policy challenge comes amid talk of " Obama fatigue " and new attention's being paid to the role of Hillary Clinton at the Democrats' nominating convention in…

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