Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Wikileaks: New York Times Caught Providing Bill Clinton Questions Before 'Interview'

The New York Times provided questions to former President Bill Clinton before an interview with Nicholas Kristoff, the Wikileaksrelease of Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta emails has revealed.

In an email sent to Podesta and several others, the Clinton Foundation’s Director of Foreign Policy Ami Desai requests feedback on answers to “questions they sent that are related to international issues”:

[A]s you may know, WJC is doing Q+A with Nick Kristof on Wednesday (at the Foursquare Conference). It’s supposed to be closed press, but. Below are the questions they sent that are related to international issues – namely Israelis/Palestinians, China (trade/Tibet/Taiwan), and Greece/Euro. Are there any WJC Admin accomplishments that we should equip him to be able to highlight? [I put some initial ideas in CAPS below; and we also have requested input from the State Department.] We’d welcome any feedback by Sunday. Thanks, Ami


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Why not just meet with him before the "interview" and rehearse instead? It amounts to the same thing.
The Clintons have made it clear that they won't be interviewed unless they know the questions ahead of time.