Hillary Rodham Clinton is heading to Iowa for the second time since launching her campaign April 12th.
It has now been 33 days since she made her White House bid official, yet she still hasn’t done a formal sit-down interview with national media, setting a record for going the longest of any candidate in recent history without doing so.
Iowa GOP spokesman Charlie Szold said, “What difference does it make if Hillary Clinton is in Iowa or not? She still won’t answer simple questions about her dishonest double-dealings, shady foreign donations, and secret email server. In fact, Hillary Clinton has only answered 13 questions since announcing her run for president.”
According to the Des Moines Register, Clinton’s spokeswoman Lily Adams let reporters know she will be in Iowa Monday and Tuesday, but did not disclose which cities she will visit. She also said Clinton will do similar one-on-one events with voters as to what she did before, to let them ask questions.
“Polls show that Iowans already mistrust Clinton and her actions have only made it worse,” Szold said.
Clinton’s silence comes as Peter Schweizer‘s new book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich debuted this week at number 2 on the New York Times bestseller list.