Susan Page: Covering Clinton Campaign Because of Scandals Is Disheartening

‘It does make us feel like welcome to the new Clinton campaign, just like the old Clinton campaign’

SCHIEFFER: "What's going on here?"
PAGE: "Well, I — I guess I think there’s no voter who is on the fence about Hillary Clinton, and there, in fact, may be no voter who is on the fence about Hillary Clinton. But if there were one, I don’t think the idea that she had her own server and her private e-mail account as Secretary of State would sway anybody. But it does make us feel like welcome to the new Clinton campaign, just like the old Clinton campaign, where we’re going to have these kind of pitched battles, scandals, privacy, control and that is, I think, not good news for Hillary Clinton, who really needs to be talking about the future, what is her vision, what would she do about income inequality, what would she do about Syria? So I find it — I think it’s probably kind of disheartening for those of us who are going to spend the next two years of our lives covering this campaign."

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