“I know nothing about this,” she said. “I’m not — I can’t deal with every one of his conspiracy theories but I hope you all have something to eat and something to drink on the way back to New York. Thank you!”
Smiling behind her was campaign chair John Podesta, someone else who probably doesn’t want to have too many uncomfortable questions asked of him.
Three minutes earlier, Clinton told reporters she was happy the debates were over but lamented, “No more naps!”
Perhaps that can replace her slogan for the remainder of the campaign: No More Naps, No More Questions.
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