CNN’s Brianna Keilar, who conducted the first national television interview with Hillary Clinton since the start of Clinton’s presidential campaign, said he was “surprised” that Clinton “didn’t show a little more contrition” in her answer on trust.
In a discussion of the Clinton campaign–and the issue of whether voters trust her–Keilar told substitute host Dana Bash she expected a more substantive response on the question:
BASH: What was your read on how she handled the trust question in particular?
KEILAR: I was surprised that she didn’t show a little more contrition. Because talking to Democrats, including Democrats who really want to see her in the White House, they’ll say, she didn’t handle the e-mail situation right. The Clinton Foundation controversy, that’s also a self-inflicted wound. And so I’m surprised that she didn’t give more on that.