CBS News’ John Dickerson was asked who’s more vindictive, Hillary or Trump? Here’s his confession . . .


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John Dickerson, host of CBS News’ “Face the Nation,” said on Friday that likely Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is more vindictive than presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Dickerson was a radio guest on “The Hugh Hewitt Show” and was caught off guard when hit with the question.

“Who do you think would be more vindictive towards their political enemies, Trump or Clinton?” Hewitt asked.

“Oooooo,” Dickerson replied. “Man, I don’t—I don’t know.”

“I think Clinton,” he eventually confessed. “Trump is very tough on those he does not like, as I know. But he gets over it.”

Naturally, Dickerson couched his answer… after all, he has to save face with his liberal media cohorts.

“Now having said that, I think about some of the people who are now supporting Hillary Clinton who supported Obama last time, and where there were really hard feelings, and now she’s working in sync with them,” he added. “So, man, that’s a good tough question.”

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