Conservative provocateur Laura Loomer confronted Hillary Clinton at a book signing on Tuesday in New York and asked her “what happened?” A reference to the title of her new book.
But while Clinton’s book talks about “what happened” in terms of excuses as to why she lost the presidential election, Loomer had more pressing questions for her.
“The American people would really like to know what happened to your 33,000 emails?” Loomer asked.
Rather than reply, the former Secretary of State laughed at the question.
Undaunted, Loomer followed with another.
“What happened in Benghazi?” she asked.
“Go read the book,” Clinton dismissively said.
“What happened to the millions of dollars that was supposed to go to the people in Haiti?” Loomer persisted.
Clinton responded that she was “sorry” that Loomer believed “things that are untrue.”
“What happened to Seth Rich? What happened to your health, Hillary?” Loomer demanded as she was pushed by security.
And when Loomer ran into Clinton aide Huma Abedin she had a pertinent question for her too.
“Huma! It’s so great to see you. I have a question for you. When are you going to divorce your husband for texting underage girls?” Loomer said of Abedin’s husband, former Dem. Rep. Anthony Weiner, whose teenage accuser showed her face for the first time on television Monday.
She didn’t get an answer, but she did get asked to leave.
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