There’s been a lot of talk about CNN’s Brianna Keilar’s interview with Hillary Clinton, particularly about how she has a personal relationship with the campaign, and how despite the plethora of softball questions, Hillary still didn’t look good.
“I did not hear a more open or transparent Hillary Clinton.”
“I heard her not engaging on the issue of Bernie Sanders. He’s a self-described Democratic Socialist and I asked her why he is garnering this support and enthusiasm you don’t seem to among Democrats. She wouldn’t engage on that.”
“She insists that voters should and do trust her, but at the same time we see in our recent poll that nearly 6 in 10 Americans say they don’t find her honest or trustworthy. Credibility is so key to leadership, and while she’s really blaming Republicans on this, this is actually a recent development we have seen on the controversies plaguing her.”
Firstly, grab the pop-corn because we may have a cat-fight on our hands, boys! Weight-classes be damned.
Secondly, when even your friend in the media thinks you’re a terrible interview…you had a pretty damn terrible interview. I guess from here Hillary can go back to ignoring the press until it starts to make her look bad, then find another friend of hers to give a terrible interview.
That’s the ticket.