She did answer two of George Stephanopoulos’ questions. One of the two was whether or not she had bought a powerball ticket. The other answers she provided were to questions he did not ask. Her responses were especially curious, in that George Stephanopoulos is a strong supporter of hers and the interview was a coordinated event. His questions were certainly predictable. Why didn’t Mrs. Clinton answer his questions? They weren’t that hard. One theory put forth suggests she “habitually” answers questions with the wrong answer, as a psychological defense mechanism.
Stephanopoulos’ support for Mrs. Clinton is clear and obvious. On Sunday, he tried to set Bernie up in a feeble effort to play the ageism card. It didn’t work well and may have even backfired. Hillary Clinton is only few years younger than Bernie, and there are rumors of irritability and memory loss coming from her camp.
It seems reasonable to expect some pretty blatant deceit and manipulation games coming from the Clinton Campaign, “and” her colleagues in the DNC. Mrs. Clinton lost her last bid for the presidency. It seems quite likely she will take extreme measures, probably using others as her willing lackeys, to try embarrassing Senator Sanders. The accusations will probably be ridiculous on the surface, but will be designed to create doubt about something Bernie has done or said. So far, all they have come up with is a single vote on gun control that Mrs. Clinton disagreed with.
How strange will Mrs Clinton’s behavior get?.