The Virginia governor seemed confused during an interview with Politico about Clinton’s new PAC “Onward Together.”
Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D-VA) appeared to be confused when asked about Hillary Clinton’s new PAC “Onward Together,” during an interview with Politico’s “Off Message” that aired on Tuesday.
Politico’s Edward-Isaac Dovere asked McAuliffe why he didn’t join the board of “Onward Together.”
“What is that?” McAuliffe asked, seeming confused by the question.
Dovere explained that it is Clinton’s new PAC.
“Oh, her new PAC,” McAuliffe responded. “I haven’t put any focus into at all, I have my own PAC called Common Good.”
McAuliffe told Dovere that Clinton never asked him to join the board of the PAC, before asking Dovere again what the name of Clinton’s PAC is.
Dovere told McAuliffe the PAC is called “Onward Together,” and compared it to Clinton’s 2016 campaign slogan “Stronger Together.”
“Ah, very clever,” McAuliffe responded.
Dovere pointed out that the new PAC and Clinton’s campaign both have similar slogans, something McAuliffe chuckled at.
McAuliffe concluded by telling Dovere that he is not spending a lot his time reading the political press, but is focused on running the state of Virginia.
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