The Outnumbered show discussed the questions they hoped CNN’s Brianna Keilar would ask Hillary Clinton in her first nationally televised interview of the 2016 campaign. Predictably, they were all gotcha, embarrassing questions.
Cohost Andrea Tantaros wanted to ask Clinton, "Would she enforce her husband's 1996 bill on immigration that says that states have to turn over illegals? …The freedom from religion bill that her husband passed, the crime bill? …She has spoken out against her husband's record."
Author Brad Thor, the show’s #OneLuckyGuy, complained about the CNN interview, "It's going to be a softball." He wanted Keilar to ask, "Can you name an accomplishment? Name one thing you did as a Senator?"
Cohost Harris Faulkner: "So what did you do with the server? Did you burn it or bury it in the backyard?"
"That's a valid question," Kennedy thought.
Faulkner continued, "What is your opinion, Mrs. Clinton, of the media such that you want to pin us in behind ropes, and will there be further interviews after this one?"
Thor: "Where were you when Benghazi was happening? Where were you? Give us a moment-by-moment account where you were and what you did as the annex was under attack."
You can watch the full CNN interview here.
You can see why Clinton will probably not be going on Fox News any time soon in the segment below, from the July 7 Outnumbered, via Media Matters.