The Hillary Clinton campaign held a briefing this week that was strictly controlled and left reporters with little to write.
CNBC REPORT AND YOU WANT TO READ IT ALL by John Harwood:
I’ve been inside Hillary Clinton’s national campaign headquarters in Brooklyn.
I’ve talked with “senior officials” about her bid for the White House. They sat in these chairs.
Wish I could tell you more. But they said very little.
Notice that I typed very little and not “very little,” because under the ground rules of Thursday’s briefing reporters were not allowed to quote their words directly.
You’re not missing much.
The former secretary of state plans to kick off the heavy-rhetoric stage of her campaign on June 13. I can’t say where or what time because the senior officials wouldn’t say.
She plans to lay out some policy proposals after that. Can’t say which ones.
She’ll take questions from reporters. Can’t say how often.
She’ll start having rallies. Not too many, because the election’s a long way away. But some.
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