Following Hillary Clinton's inexplicable Friday afternoon verbal meltdown, in which she admitted that she may have "short-circuited" following claims made in recent interviews that FBI Director James Comey said she was "truthful" about her use of a private email server as secretary of state, we said that "her word choice of “short-circuiting” confirms what many voters in this election feel about Hillary: her answers are memorized, poll tested and scrutinized by hundreds of staffers, almost in a robotic fashion, to ensure she does not “bend” the truth. This is why Hillary does a press interview every 240 days at best."
More to the point, we said the real question is whether Trump can keep his mouth shut long enough to give Hillary more chances to stick her foot in hers, and do to her own polling what Trump has been so eager to do to his over the past two weeks. To our surprise, not only has Trump managed to do just that, but is now gladly providing "robotic" Hillary with even "more rope", as the Khan scandal dies down and attention reverts to Hillary's verbal, and according to Trump mental, "short-circuiting."
A new video released overnight by the Trump campaign mocks Hillary Clinton as a malfunctioning, "short-circuiting" robot, an obvious reference to her perplexing Friday quote, which Hillary will have a tough time overcoming. "Is robot Hillary melting down," the video, posted by Trump on his Facebook page Saturday, asks.