LOL! CNN Asks Podesta Embarrassing Question About The Clinton Campaign [Video]

[VIDEO] John Podesta was the campaign manager for Hillary Clinton and it was past time for somebody to ask him some tough questions about the Presidential election. You would have figured that CNN, of all networks (The joke is that CNN stands for the Clinton News Network.), would be tossing out softballs for Big John to hit. That was not the case in this interview. The way it was phrased makes the Russians look far more intelligent in their planning. What did they ask? Please watch.

As Written and Reported By Carlos Garcia for The Blaze:

Former Hillary Clinton campaign manager John Podesta was asked an embarrassing question about the accusations that Russian interference helped tip the 2016 election to elect President Trump over his opponent.

CNN host Nancy Cords interviewed Podesta about the recent indictments from special counsel Mueller’s investigation into Russian election intervention and alleged collusion.

“How is it that these Russian operatives knew to focus on purple states like Michigan and Wisconsin and your campaign didn’t?” she asked.

“Well, Of course we spent a lot of time and energy and effort in all those states,” Podesta responded.

“Hillary Clinton herself did not spend much time in those states,” Cordes objected.

“You know we had Tim Kaine was there, [former President] Barack Obama was in,” he explained, “and she spent enormous time in Pennsylvania initially. And we spent a lot of effort, we had more staff in Wisconsin than even President Obama had in 2012.”

“But I think that begs the question,” he continued. “I think we focused on places we thought were, that were in contest, and at the end of the day we fell short in those states and I think that this active measures effort…..


Watch: CNN host asks John Podesta an embarrassing question about the Clinton campaign | TheBlaze

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