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Matt Drudge: Reporters ‘Know They Will Be Kicked Off’ Hillary’s Plane If They Don’t Play Along

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Christian Datoc Audience Development Manager

Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge posted a few rare tweets Thursday morning, accusing Hillary Clinton’s campaign of forcefully controlling her traveling press pool.

Drudge wrote that “reporters know they will be kicked off her plane if they ask anything challenging.”

Clinton has allowed reporters to recently join her on her campaign 737 airplane and has held three press conferences since Labor Day, her first press conferences in nearly 300 days. (VIDEO: Clinton Immediately Ends Press Gaggle When Confronted With Poll Showing Her Losing)

On Thursday, she told reporters on the tarmac of Westchester County Airport that Donald Trump’s performance at Wednesday’s Commander-in-Chief forum should disqualify him from being president.

Hillary Clinton speaks to reporters on the tarmac at Westchester County Airport on September 8, 2016 (Getty Images)

Hillary Clinton speaks to reporters on the tarmac at Westchester County Airport on September 8, 2016 (Getty Images)

Drudge’s claim was bolstered by cries of “sexism,” lobbed at moderator Matt Lauer after he interrupted the former secretary of state Wednesday night. (RELATED: Matt Lauer Accused Of Sexism For Interrupting Clinton)

The lede story on Drudge Thursday morning was an InfoWars article accusing Clinton of wearing an invisible earpiece during the forum.

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