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It All Depends On What The Definition Of “Exit” Is

by @ 3:22 pm on March 24, 2008. Filed under 2008 Election, Hillary Clinton, Politics

The Clinton campaign is backtracking on Hillary’s previous claims that she came under fire during a 1996 trip to Bosnia:

Howard Wolfson, in a conference call that’s still going on, just said Hillary Clinton misspoke in part of her account of her visit to Bosnia in 1996. Clinton had said she ran from the helicopter with her head down. (Fellow passengers included her daughter and the comedian Sinbad.) Photos, video footage and news accounts show her greeting a child at a welcoming ceremony.

“She misspoke about the exit from the plane,” said Wolfson.

No Howard, she didn’t misspeak.

From the evidence presented, it’s fairly clear that she lied.

2 Responses to “It All Depends On What The Definition Of “Exit” Is”

  1. Shagata Ganai says:

    “Misspoke” is SO 1975. Try a different word, asshats, that one means “lied”, now.

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