Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Hillary Clinton can't be direct on direct honesty question.

She delivered it while answering a Sanders supporter's hostile question about younger voters' sense that she's dishonest -- turning it into one of her best moments, as she detailed a history of Republican attacks dating back to her early-1990s push for universal health care. "They throw all this stuff at me, and I'm still standing," Clinton said, adding that the attacks come "because I've been on the front lines of change and progress since I was your age."

The fact is a direct question on honesty can't be deflected by pointing at 10 Iowan teenagers that are working for Clinton; each can be allowed off for not knowing anything about Clinton from 20 years ago.  Clinton didn't blow the answer to the question and she didn't do a good job of responding as CNN's biased article claims.

She was asked why people don't think she's honest and she turned it into she is a victim of persistent attacks. 

She's incapable of admitting nor accepting that she is proven a liar. Her answer was a debacle.