Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager Robby Mook appeared on NBC’s Today Show to discuss the upcoming presidential debate.
Mook expressed concern to host Matt Lauer about a “double standard,” during the interview saying, “What we don’t want to have is some sort of double standard where Donald Trump can get the ‘most improved’ award, but Hillary Clinton is getting judged on the fine points of policy.”
The Clinton campaign was rather upset with the questions Clinton received during the ‘Commander And Chief Forum,’ which many thought were tougher for Clinton than Trump.
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