WATCH: Clinton Refuses to Take Questions from Press, Offers Them Chocolate Instead

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It has been 265 days since Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton last held a press conference.

It would come as no surprise if she holds out on doing so until after the election in November, as Clinton continues to avoid taking questions from members of the press outside of scheduled, one-on-one interviews.  

Following her speech in Reno, Nevada, on Thursday, reporters asked Clinton to comment on her remarks about her rival, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. 

Instead of acknowledging their questions, she talked over the press, going on and on about how some chocolate from a local shop was “so good.”  

"I want you to offer some to the press," Clinton said with her mouth full. "They are so wonderful, so cooperative, so hard-working. They deserve a piece of chocolate."

Even after all of that, the reporters didn’t get any candy.

Reno Gazette-Journal Reporter Seth A. Richardson wrote on Twitter:

 

 

The last press conference Clinton did was on Dec. 5, 2015. 

H/T Fox News Insider

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