Monday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” “Meet the Press” moderator Chuck Todd said he believes Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was signalling to her supporters that she can not control the possibility that more damaging information could come out on her email scandal during his interview with her yesterday.
Todd said, “I guess I learned a couple of things. One is that she is not willing to say there’s no more stuff that’s going to come out. That I thought that she wanted to make it clear yesterday hey, more stuff could come out. There could be more revelations or there could be more charges. She said some of them could come from the Republicans, I think she was trying to politicize it a little bit, but she was basically, to me it was sending a signal to supporters, hey, maybe this doesn’t go away but I’m trying to figure out how to handle it.”
He continued, “That was another way of saying, hey, more stuff’s going to come out: there’s nothing I can do about it. A lot of people I think have come to her and say can’t you just put everything out there that’s out there and I think her argument is I don’t know what’s out there. I’ve already done what I can do.”
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