Hillary Tells Voter: 'Why Don’t You Go Run for Something?'


Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a terse exchange on the campaign trail in Minnesota as voters were casting ballots in the state's primary.

A Somali-American woman approached Clinton and asked her about past racial remarks, in particular the "superpredator" comment.  The woman also mentioned the lack of diversity among elected officials.

“You know what, dear? You have a different opinion,” Clinton fired back. “He is a Somali-American elected to the city council, and I am really proud of that.”

After the woman continued to challenge Clinton, the former first lady responded, “Well, why don’t you go run for something, then?”

The woman replied that she was working for a Somali-American, prompting Clinton to respond, “good."