That’s not apparently a question one should perhaps ask Hillary Clinton. For those who caught last night’s first of two debates in Miami Florida, the heated exchange between Clinton and Sanders was nothing short of political entertainment.
Univision debate host Jordan Ramos, er, decidedly tempted Clinton with questions over her e-mail scandal that nearly engulfed her presidential hopes earlier this year. In the questioning, which was attempted multiple times, Ramos attempted to grill Clinton over whether or not she would drop out of the race if she gets indicated — let’s file that one under no.
“Oh my goodness. I’m not even going to answer that” Clinton reportedly said during the debate. In case it couldn’t get anymore interesting — The Washington Post posed an even better question.
“What do you believe would have fostered the public’s view of you as someone who they mistrust?”. Clinton, er, wasn’t quite sure how to respond.
Obviously, it’s painful for me to hear that.’
But she said, when you are in public life, ‘even if you believe that it’s not an opinion that you think is fair or founded, you do have to take responsibility, and I do.’
‘I also have…very much committed, to the best of my ability, my energies and efforts to helping people. That’s something I care deeply about,’ Clinton said, ‘and I will continue to do that.’