Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign manager was asked today what his favorite memory was from his time working with the failed candidate.
It wasn’t the convention, the nomination or even her “basket of deplorables” comment.
From American Mirror
No, Robby Mook says his favorite story from the campaign involves Clinton sitting in a lawn chair wrapped in a blanket — on the plane.
Appearing on “Party People,” Mook was asked for his “favorite Hillary story — at least who she represents in your eyes.”
He responded, “I remember on the plane, she had this lawn chair, and so you’re on an airplane, right? It was like these lawn chairs that you fold up and put beer in?”
Mook said Hillary would ask him to set up the chair, “And I’d like set up this chair in the middle of (the plane) and she would kind like of wrap herself up in a blanket and we would just like kick it.”
He said Hillary would “talk about Netflix and shows.
“That’s the Hillary that I know,” he said.
He didn’t say if she sat with a sweater pocketful of Werther’s Originals.
In the home stretch of the campaign, Clinton lamented to reporters that she couldn’t take any more naps.
A tired-looking Hillary Clinton briefly spoke to reporters aboard her campaign plane after the final debate in October and lamented that she wouldn’t be able to take any more naps.
“It’s been a year and now we’ve finished our last debate and I’m feeling relieved and very grateful,” Clinton said.
“But I just wanted to come back and say hello. Some of you have been on the trail the whole time. No more debates.
“No more naps,” she said as her face cringed.
After taking a couple questions, she was asked about the Project Veritas videos appearing to show Democratic National Committee operatives bragging about triggering violence at Donald Trump rallies.
“I know nothing about this. I can’t deal with every one of his conspiracy theories but I hope you all have something to eat, something to drink on the way back to New York!” she told the reporters.
Three minutes after her Q & A started, it was over.
She undoubtedly went back to the blanket and lawn chair.