Originally published at: https://www.hannity.com/media-room/ny-times-to-hillary-stop-distracting-from-democrats-midterm-message/
A member of the New York Times Editorial Board offered some harsh advice to twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton this week; urging the former Secretary of State to stop “distracting” from the 2018 midterm elections.
The article, titled “Hillary Clinton’s Master Class in Distraction” slammed the senior Obama official for derailing the Democrats’ midterm message just weeks before voters head to the polls to decide the direction of America.
“In these furious, final days before the midterms, Democratic candidates need to be laser focused on their message to voters. They need to be talking health care and jobs and other issues of intense, personal concern to their electorate. They do not need to be talking about impeachment, or about the results of Senator Elizabeth Warren’s DNA testing. And they definitely do not need to get distracted by unnecessary drama generated by comments from one of the party’s most iconic, and most controversial, figures,” writes the Times’ Michelle Cottle.
“Unfortunately, it took Mrs. Clinton less than a week to come up with an even juicier midterm gift for Trump & Company. In a sit-down with ‘CBS Sunday Morning,’ she was asked several pointed questions about her husband’s Oval Office dalliance with Monica Lewinsky,” she adds.
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