Mike Barnicle asked Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook what Hillary Clinton would do about providing food, water, and medicine to the citizens of eastern Aleppo.
“I think you’re going to have to ask her that question. That’s a matter of policy, and I’m going to leave it for her,” Mook responded.
“We love you, buddy, but what are you here for if you can’t answer basic questions? I mean, I don’t know if there’s a — I mean, we may be tiptoeing into Gary Johnson territory here if you don’t know the answer to that basic of a question,” MSNBC’s Joe Scaborough told Mook about his reply.
“Look, you’re asking new policy questions. You would have to ask the Secretary,” Mook replied.
Scarborough took the opportunity to remind Mook “Aleppo’s been around for — Syria’s been around for some time. The red line being drawn has been around for some time.”
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