Financial Times Washington Bureau Chief Megan Murphy said that situations such as the press chasing Hillary Clinton’s van will happen “constantly” and that Hillary “drove right past” voters in wheelchairs waiting to see her at one of her Iowa campaign stops on Friday’s “Morning Joe” on MSNBC.
Murphy, who was one of the members of the press chasing Hillary’s van, defending the stampede, saying “when you have a campaign like that, and they are not going to let us ask her any questions, in any settings. What are we supposed to do?”
Murphy continued, “I shouted a question, no one even acknowledged me, she didn’t wave, they didn’t look to us. I think — it’s a really big problem for the campaign about how they’re going to manage this going forward. We are going to have this situation constantly, and I think what you don’t see in that clip, which is one of the most surprising things, is there were actually a ton of people waiting — for her at that front of that college, there were elderly people in wheelchairs, there were people, and they just cruised right on by to the back.”
(h/t Washington Free Beacon)
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