Hillary is making history, again, but not in a good way. What is she hiding?
With 79 days until the presidential election, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton has yet to to hold a press conference, something which hasn’t been done by a major-party candidate in at least the last 44 years.
News archives show that every single major-party presidential candidate has had a press conference by August 20 of an election year going back to at least 1972.
Presidential candidates Richard Nixon, George McGovern, Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Walter Mondale, George H.W Bush, Michael Dukakis, Bill Clinton, Bob Dole, Al Gore, George W. Bush, John Kerry, John McCain, Barack Obama, and Mitt Romney had all held press conferences by August 20 of their respective election years.
The Clinton campaign maintains that Hillary has had a press conference this year, pointing to an August 5 event before the black and Hispanic journalist associations. The limited questions came from pre-selected journalists, hardly qualifying as a press conference.
In late July, Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook was asked by a reporter when Hillary will have a press conference and he laughed nervously before turning over the question to campaign spokesman Brian Fallon. Fallon neglected to answer the question definitively and said Clinton ” “probably” will have “press conferences before the whole thing is over”
Countless theories abound regarding Hillary’s health:
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