CNN’s Keilar: Hillary’s 9/11, 1960's Comments ‘Certainly Didn’t Go Over Well’


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<p>Reporting from inside the spin room following Saturday&rsquo;s Democratic presidential debate, CNN&rsquo;s senior political correspondent Brianna Keilar minced no works in describing Hillary Clinton&rsquo;s comments on 9/11 and her coming of age in the 1960&#39;s to two moments that <strong>&ldquo;certainly didn&rsquo;t go over well&rdquo;</strong> with aides frantically working to<strong> &ldquo;clean-up&rdquo; </strong>after her.</p>

<p>Keilar was tossed to by host Wolf Blitzer, who wanted to know if the campaign was<strong> &ldquo;doing some clean-up now&rdquo;</strong> on <strong>&ldquo;[h]er use of 9/11 to justify the support she&rsquo;s apparently [been] given, if you listen to Bernie Sanders, to Wall Street.&rdquo;</strong></p>

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