During her Friday visit to a senior housing center in East Harlem, Hillary was interviewed by Dave Evans for a local ABC News Sunday spot on Up Close.
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1. New York took a chance on her and she is committed to the state.
They've had her back she will have theirs and it won't be over till
2. Wall St. Hillary called Bernie's comments a strange critique and
noted that Sanders could not cite an instance where contributions had
influenced her. Obama accepted such contributions and was not
influenced. As NY Senator she did call them out. Also cited Sanders's
inability to say how he would accomplish breaking up the banks paired
with his failure to understand that she wants to go further after hedge
funds, big insurance and mortgage companies.
Trust. It's unfair to say she can't be trusted NY has trusted her
twice. Obama trusted her. When she has a job she gets good marks, but
any time she runs this kind of criticism is in the air and they pile
on. But when she gets the job people see her working hard and getting
Nastiness in this race: She is surprised at what the Sanders campaign
says and implies. Surrogate attacks are not just on her but on her
supporters. Says he needs to listen to the people who support him and
he has played along with the negativity. She said that is not what
Issue 5. What matters is that they have tried to stay on the issues to put
forth very specific plans. She wants New Yorkers to know what she will
do. It's not enough to diagnose the problems. You also have to have
solutions to the problems She has not heard plans from Sanders. She
cited the long interviews with NYDN. They both went an hour with the
editorial board. NYDN endorsed her because they were surprised he had no solutions.
Issue 6. Excited about campaigning in New York. Campaigning hard.
Issue 7. Excited to be a grandma. Happy another baby is coming.