• NH Dem Audience Gasps As Hillary Confronted On Whitewater, Benghazi, Deleted Email Scandals

    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton evaded a voter’s question Thursday about her long history with scandals by blaming anti President Bill Clinton “partisans.”

    “You said earlier that you wanted to end corruption but how can you do that after the Whitewater scandal, Benghazi, and the deleted emails?” Clinton was asked at a campaign event in New Hampshire.

    “Well I wish you’d go back and read the history of the 1990’s because clearly there were, unfortunately, a lot of partisans who thought the best way to work my husband administrations was through attacks of all kinds. All of which washed out,” Clinton replied.

    “I was elected to the Senate in New York in 2000,” she added. “New York is a pretty tough place to run for office from. And I advise you to go back and read my eleven hours of testimony. I hope you enjoy it.”

    An Republican National Committee (RNC) spokesman told The Hill that the voter’s question proves that the American people do not trust Clinton.

    “Hillary Clinton’s trust deficit with the American people caught up with her again today, and she refused to give voters a straight answer about the FBI investigation into her secret email server or any of her other scandals,” RNC spokesman Michael Short said in a statement.

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