NBC’s Willie Geist asked Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, Robby Mook, what Hillary Clinton’s biggest regret was regarding the way Syria has been handled.
Mook dodged the question entirely, instead citing Clinton’s approval rating when she left the office of Secretary of State and taking a shot at GOP nominee Donald Trump.
Geist pressed Mook on if Clinton was disappointed that President Obama didn’t act when his red line in Syria was crossed.
“I think you’d have to ask her about that question,” Mook told Geist, amidst nervous laughter.
“You’re here to speak for her, Robby,” Geist shot back.
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