CBS’s Scott Pelly interviewed Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton and surprised her with a question about honesty, a topic that she would rather not discuss based on her penchant for lying.
Pelley cited former president Jimmy Carter’s 1976 promise to voters when he said, “I will not lie to you,” asking Clinton if she would also make such a statement.
Clinton told Pelley that she has “tried in every way I know how” to be straightforward and honest with the American people. Right, lets talk about Benghazi and your emails.
Republican National Committee spokesman Michael Short issued a statement in response to Clinton’s interview answer, which says, “The fact Hillary Clinton felt the need to waffle on a question about whether she is a liar is precisely why two-thirds of the American people think she’s dishonest and untrustworthy,” The Blaze reported.