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Hillary Jokes About Email Scandal ➠ Won’t Take Questions ➠ Gets Standing Ovation ➠ Video

Hillary Jokes With Liberal Media About Email Scandal – Won’t Take Questions – Gets Standing Ovation

Hillary Jokes With Liberal Media About Email Scandal – Won’t Take Questions – Gets Standing Ovation (VIDEO)

Hillary Clinton joked with press about her email scandal Monday night .
They gave her a standing ovation.

Hillary promised to be more transparent — But she won’t turn over her emails.

Did anyone else get the joke?

The reporters laughed all the way through her speech then gave her a standing ovation after she did not take any question.
Breitbart reported:

On Monday evening, mainstream media reporters reportedly gave Hillary Clinton a standing ovation after she joked about her private email scandal and took no questions from the press–at an event honoring excellence in journalism.

 

According to a National Journal report, Clinton took no questions after her 20-minute speech in Washington, D.C., which prompted the Washington Post‘s Dan Balz, who won this year’s Robin Toner award for excellence in political reporting, to reportedly make Clinton an offer: “I am happy to yield my time back to you if you want to take some questions.” Time reported that “Clinton received a standing ovation” anyway “from the journalist-heavy crowd.”

 

In her speech, Clinton reportedly cracked jokes about her email scandal, saying she was “all about new beginnings. A new grandchild. A new hairstyle. A new email account. A new relationship with the press. No more secrecy, no more zone of privacy… After all what good did that do for me?”

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