What some people are asking about the timing of Chelsea Clinton’s pregnancy

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Was Chelsea Clinton’s pregnancy with her second child timed to benefit her mother’s White House bid as “the tough grandma”?

That was the question posed Monday night on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor.”

Guest host Eric Bolling was discussing former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s campaign with fellow “The Five” host Dana Perino.

Perino noted that Clinton’s latest grandchild will be born sometime in the summer of 2016.

“Is that timed out? Did they do the math?” Bolling asked.

“I would never suggest such a thing,” Perino replied.

Bolling observed that the Democratic National Committee is timing their presidential debates for dates where low viewership is expected in order to benefit Clinton.

“Well Dana, the DNC timed those democratic debates for the SNL weekends and Star Wars, who knows?” Bolling asked, adding “They’re good at timing on the left”

“They have that down,” Perino agreed.

Watch the clip, via Fox News.

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