Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton should hold a news conference after going nearly 300 days without one. Avoiding the give-and-take only deepens doubts about her willingness to be candid with the media and the American people.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton should hold a news conference after going nearly 300 days without one. Avoiding the give-and-take only deepens doubts about her willingness to be candid with the media and the American people. Julie Jacobson AP
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton should hold a news conference after going nearly 300 days without one. Avoiding the give-and-take only deepens doubts about her willingness to be candid with the media and the American people. Julie Jacobson AP

It’s question time for Clinton

August 30, 2016 07:03 PM

UPDATED August 31, 2016 04:25 AM

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