When Hillary Clinton spoke at an Ohio town hall meeting during her primary campaign earlier this year, her flippant remark that she would “put a lot of coal miners outta work,” if she is elected President, was as welcome to coal miners as a skunk at a picnic. In an effort to un-ding the bell and reverse the political damage caused by her remarks (undoubtedly one of the reasons that 30,000 Democrats in Pennsylvania switched to the GOP in recent months) she quickly reversed herself with an equally clumsy statement that she “misspoke”[sic] when she said she would put a lot of miners out of work.
Now assured of the Democrat nomination and desiring to play to her radical left-wing, anti-carbon, whacko green base, she called Hugh Betcha to clarify her position once more. Longtime friend of the Clintons, CNN’s “Most Trusted Reporter, 2016,” MSNBC’s “Reporter We Would Most Like to Hang With, 2015,” and a reporter widely respected on both sides of the aisle—a man who walks with kings and princes—Head of the Environmental News Desk of Stoos Views International Media Conglomerate, Hugh settled into a comfortable overstuffed chair in the great room of Clinton’s posh mansion to conduct an exclusive interview with Mrs. Clinton. The Clintons’ go-to guy in times of trouble with the press, Hugh was summoned to set the record straight on the issue of Hillary’s position on coal. As her husband Bill busied himself interviewing female interns upstairs for possible White House positions, Hillary began.
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“As you know,” she began, “I have promised to serve out the third and probably fourth term of our greatest President, Barack Obama. After all, why not? Our economy is steaming ahead, the number of people on food stamps is negligible, we are about to welcome tens of thousands of new immigrants,...
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