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Video: Hillary orders media to get tough on Trump

clinton-trumpThis is rich, coming from someone who avoids answering questions like the plague.

During an interview on CNN, Hillary Clinton said reporters need to ask presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump tougher questions.

“I think reporters now have a chance to ask some tougher questions,” she said. “It’s not enough to call in and give somebody a platform. It’s now the time to make the tough decisions, and you got to the ask him, okay, so what exactly would you replace X, Y, and Z with? If you’re going to be against trade agreements how is that going to work?”

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“So let’s get to the specifics,” she added.  “Being a loose cannon doesn’t in any way protect him, I hope, from being asked the hard questions that he should have been asked during the whole primary process.”

But there’s a catch:

Of course…

Here’s video of her comments:

But remember:

And as CNN’s Dan Merica noted back in March:

In 2015, Twitchy observed:

Jim Geraghty also took on Clinton’s statement that Trump is a “loose cannon”:

Bingo.

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