Adam Goodman was featured on Fox Business along with Fox News Contributor Guy Benson to discuss donations by foreign governments to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign fund.
Goodman, who reminded viewers that leadership in America should not be for sale, noted that Clinton’s campaign strategy seems to be “diffuse, deny, and disregard” any outcry from those who question her.
Adam Goodman and Benson also discussed New Jersey cities passing paid sick-leave laws. Goodman says Governor Chris Christie was right to oppose these measures and predicts Clinton will take advantage of the dispute and encourage the legislation that so many New Jersey voters have supported.
Additionally, Goodman and Benson talked about Jeb Bush’s potential run for president.
“It will be interesting to see the dance Jeb Bush does with grassroots activists because he’s been very successful with big time donors,” said Benson.
Many speculate this will be the most expensive presidential race in American history.
Goodman predicted Jeb Bush starts with a strong hand in the campaign, saying “to sustain a presidential campaign, you need resources.”