September 27, 2016

‘Unbelievable’ and a ‘Real Disservice’ Lester Holt Didn’t Ask About Clinton Foundation

The Republican National Committee’s Communications Director Sean Spicer tells Breitbart News it’s “unbelievable” and a “real disservice” that presidential debate moderator Lester Holt didn’t ask Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton about the Clinton Foundation’s alleged pay-to-play scheme with the Department of State during Clinton’s time as secretary of state.

“That was unbelievable you have a scandal of this magnitude that directly impacts national security and it was unbelievable that that wasn’t asked,” Spicer told Breitbart News in the spin room after Monday night’s debate. “There were so many aspects of both national security [and] pay-for-play. The idea that that didn’t get discussed or come up was sort of a real disservice.”

“He didn’t ask about her emails,” Spicer added in disbelief. “He said, ‘Is there anything you would like to add?’ I mean, it was unbelievable.”

Gov. Mike Huckabee’s daughter Sarah Huckabee Sanders, who serves as one of Trump’s senior advisers, also spoke to Breitbart News about the omission of a question about the Clinton Foundation.

“I thought Lester Holt had a really tough job tonight, but that was one of the few places I felt like he really had a couple of key issues he went after Trump on and ignored some of the big things — they called it the dirty laundry debate,” Sanders explained to Breitbart News. “Frankly, Hillary Clinton should have been asked those questions and I think it was a real problem for him tonight to go after Trump on certain things and to leave that out for her.”

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