Report: Hillary Took No Questions at Foundation Event; Teleprompters Used for ‘Informal Conversations’

The Associated Press
The Associated Press

During her Monday Clinton Foundation event, Hillary Clinton reportedly did not address her private email controversy and took no questions while invited speakers who participated with her in an “informal” conversation session may have been reading from teleprompters.

As the Associated press noted

Clinton spoke at a carefully choreographed two-hour event involving her No Ceilings project at the Clinton Foundation, highlighting economic and educational opportunities for women and girls. She took no questions. When she sat down to lead more informal conversations with invited speakers, participants appeared to be reading from teleprompters.

The Clintons also reportedly ignored reporters who “lined up in vain to shout questions” at them outside of the event.

Clinton is reportedly planning to address the email controversy sometime this week and give her “innocent explanation,” according to multiple reports. CNN reported that though a “press conference is the most likely way” Clinton will address the email scandal, “a sit-down interview is another option on the table.”


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