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Tuesday, October 18, 2016

What did Hillary Clinton really do when Matt Lauer asked her about Emailgate?

No one ever asks Hillary Clinton a question on a TV interview set that has not been thoroughly vetted and pre-approved.

Behind the scenes, NBC technicians and cameramen at the Wednesday night, Commander-in-Chief Forum (Sept 7) report that Hillary Clinton was so angry and incensed that she had been ‘blind-sided’ by one question she was not prepared for and had not approved in advance.

“When her time in front of the cameras ended, Clinton shook the hand Lauer extended to her and smiled once more for the wide camera shot and then Hillary proceeded to pick up a full glass of water and threw it at the face of her assistant and the screaming started. She was in a full meltdown and no one on her staff dared speak with her – she went kind of manic and didn’t have any control over herself at that point. How these people work with this woman is amazing to me. Most of the small military audience were cordoned off, their seating not close to Mrs. Clinton, but certainly they heard her screaming because it was loud…and she really didn’t seem to care who heard any of it.”

Republican Donald Trump also appeared, in a separate telecast from Hillary Clinton’s and arrived with his two sons but no entourage or assistants in tow. The NBC cameramen involved in his segment said he was a ‘true gentleman’ and Trump and his sons spoke to everyone and thanked them for inviting him to speak: “It was a pleasure to answer your questions Matt.”

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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

She is what she is.


Do we want what she is?

Anonymous said...

She no more belongs in the white house than a peacock from the zoo does. She is absolutely horrible and I would really hate to be the secret service person/s that has to follow her stupid a$$ around all the time. She constantly put them down and cussed them when Bill was in office, I can just imagine what she would say to them now. And why anyone would work for her just amazes me.

Anonymous said...

A wonderful example for our children.