Denial is not a river in Egypt. It’s the Clinton campaign strategy.
Robby Mook, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, appeared Sunday on “Face The Nation” and denied that polls show voters don’t trust his candidate.
Host John Dickerson said that Democratic strategists and people anxious to see her as president have told him Hillary’s biggest problem is that voters don’t believe she is trustworthy.
“No poll shows that voters don’t trust Hillary Clinton,” Mook fired back. “No poll says that.”
A CNN Poll released two weeks ago showed that 57 percent of voters found her untrustworthy as opposed to 42 percent that do.
Around the same time, an ABC/Washington Post poll showed 52 percent believed the Democrat presidential frontrunner couldn’t be trusted, versus 42 percent who said she could.
While Mook is spinning like a tornado, the facts just don’t back him up.
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