Finney Blames Emails Coverage, ‘Fake News’ for Clinton Not Getting Message on Jobs Out

‘Couple of studies showed actually that Hillary Clinton talked about jobs more than anything else’

FINNEY: "here have been a couple of studies that showed actually that Hillary Clinton talked about jobs more than anything else and what I will tell you is that some of the coverage did not always reflect that. There was a lot more coverage about other topics than necessarily her jobs plan or her plans to bring back manufacturing or her plans to revitalize not just urban areas but rural areas, and looking at sort of how do we make sure that we increase incomes for people. So there was a lot that we were talking about, that she was talking about that didn’t get the same kind of coverage as let’s say e-mails and I think what’s important here —“
BARTIROMO: “She should have done more press conferences, she should have done more interviews and you should have done more debates.”

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