Hillary Clinton said two weeks ago that her family was "dead broke" when they left the White House in 2001. She quickly tried to clean up the comments.
But the clean-up doesn't appear to have been committed to memory.
In an interview with Britain's Guardian published over the weekend, Clinton reignited the debate over her wealth by comparing herself to other wealthy people who Clinton said were "truly well off."
Today, Joe Biden touted his modest finances. He's long joked about his modest financial standing, but on Monday Vice President Joe Biden acknowledged he's come a long way since being listed among the poorest members of Congress.
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, Van Jones, and Newt Gingrich join forces on a special all-hosts edition of Crossfire.
Who better understands the middle class?
Van Jones and S.E. Cupp weigh in on Hillary Clinton's comments about gun control in the U.S during CNN's live town hall event.
Stephanie Cutter and David Bossie spar over Hillary Clinton's new book and her credibility as a potential 2016 candidate.
Clinton presidency = Obama's 3rd term?
Newt Gingrich asks Neera Tanden how a Hillary Clinton presidency would be different from President Obama's two terms.
Cutter: Sexual assault not taken seriously?
Stephanie Cutter is outraged that sexual assault isn't taken seriously and Newt is outraged over new cheese regulations.
Paul Begala and S.E. Cupp debate what Hillary Clinton accomplished as Secretary of State with Tim Miller and Tracy Sefl
Problems with Hillary the "inevitable"
Cupp and Begala debate the issues with painting Hillary Clinton as "inevitable."
Clinton calls West Bank "under occupation"
S.E. Cupp challenges Tracy Sefl over Hillary Clinton calling West Bank "under occupation" in her new book.
Cupp outraged Rock has gotten so boring
Cupp is outraged about Metallica getting kicked out of a festival & Paul is outraged over what's going on with Texas GOP.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton defended the fact she's reportedly made $5 million in speaking fees since leaving the State Department in early 2013 by arguing that her family "came out of the White House not only dead broke but in debt."
Pressed by ABC's Diane Sawyer in a clip of an interview that will air in full on Monday night, Clinton added that her family had "no money" when they left the White House more than a dozen years ago and "struggled to piece together the resources for mortgages for houses, for Chelsea's education." Full story
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and guest host Paul Begala are joined by Tracy Sefl of Ready for Hillary and Tim Miller, who is the co-author of "Failed Choices," a response to Hillary's new book.
Was Hillary Clinton an effective Secretary of State?
DNC comms director Mo Elleithee suggests inevitability for Hillary Clinton's presidential candidacy could become a problem.
A midterm challenge for Dems, GOP
GOP messenger Spicer bets his Democratic counterpart Elliethee that the GOP will pick up more seats in the House and Senate.
GOP civil war?
Van Jones questions the unity of the GOP while sparring with Sean Spicer.
Madden outraged over 9/11 gift shop
Kevin Madden is outraged over the gift shop at the 9/11 memorial.
Candidate links Dems to mass shootings
Van Jones is outraged a Congressional candidate linked Democrats to mass shootings.
Hillary Clinton's name was the talk of the town on Sunday, as political talk shows were filled with attacks, speculation and praise.
Could posing Hillary as the "inevitable" candidate end up hurting Democrats? Are both parties so focused on Clinton that they're missing opportunities in 2014?
At 6:30pm ET we'll have a political party faceoff between DNC communications director Mo Elleithee and RNC communications director Sean Spicer. Van Jones and guest host Kevin Madden will be hosting the debate.
We want you to weigh in: Are Republicans scared of a Hillary Clinton candidacy in 2016?
S.E. Cupp asks who the Democrats have besides Hillary Clinton, in case she doesn't run. Hilary Rosen debates with Kevin Madden.
Is GOP too far right?
S.E. Cupp and Kevin Madden get into a heated debate whether the Republican Party is too far right and the internal civil war.
Cutter: Sasse too impractical & extreme
Stephanie Cutter says Nebraska GOP Senate candidate Ben Sasse's comments are outrageous impractical extremism.