“Morning Joe” co-anchor Willie Geist insisted Hillary Clinton did not “totally [explain] to the satisfaction of her critics, the emails and why she thinks the Benghazi committee should be disbanded” Monday during a town hall event in New Hampshire. (RELATED: Hillary Clinton Believes That She Is The Most Transparent Person In American History)
Geist, appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” Tuesday further suggested that when Clinton attempted to shift voter opinion from Bernie Sanders to herself, Geist said “I’m not sure she achieved that” either. (RELATED: Hillary Clinton Thinks Questions About Her Emails Are ‘Beyond The Pale’)
Willie Geist: It was, you know, it was interesting up there. She, there was a roomful of people who were Democrats and Independents and a lot of them, just taking an informal survey were for Bernie Sanders in that room and wanted to hear her side of it and they were interested in his message and obviously he’s winning in the polls up there. And wanted to see if she could convince them one way or another they ought to vote for her over Bernie Sanders and I’m not sure she achieved that necessarily. But, Savannah was tough on her early on. I thought she handled it pretty well. I don’t think she totally explained to the satisfaction of her critics, the emails and why she thinks [the] Benghazi committee should be disbanded.