Skip to comments.CNN's Jake Tapper Presses Slippery Hillary Aide Robby Mook on Sanctuary Cities
Posted on 09/25/2016 7:21:12 PM PDT by PJ-Comix
He slips! He slides! He dodges every which way and even Jake Tapper can't pin Hillary Clinton's campaign manager, Robby Mook, down on whether she supports sanctuary cities.
To give Tapper credit, he tried to pin Mook down twice but the Clinton campaign manager managed to slip away without giving anything resembling a yes/no answer on this morning's State of the Union on CNN. Before Mook was even finished uttering his first sentence you just knew there was no way he was going to really answer Tapper's question.
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Did he ask Mook if he got over his pneumonia?
Mook evades the question with a lot of political babble. Since he won’t answer yes or no we are left believing that Hillary favors sanctuary cities. You lose Mook (and so will Hillary.)
This kid is in way over his head, in a presidential campaign.
Having said that, I love it. This pajama boy type guy does a lousy job of representing Hillary. I’m hoping he’s doing an equally lousy job in all the other aspects of being her campaign manager.
Mookie, Mookie, lend me your comb.... Hey, someone had to say it ;)
Edd Byrnes, is that you?
Not that I like him, but if he slid out of two interviews without answering the question, then he is doing exactly what he is earning the big bucks to do!
Don't worry, he is. You see, he wasn't hired because he is good, he was hired because he is gay.
This is one time when Affirmative Action is helping AMERICA.
that question would get cbs’s fcc license pulled immediately lol
I saw a woman interviewed on Fox this afternoon, did the same thing. Asked about sanctuary cities. Can’t remember who the interviewer was, repeated the question and still got a non answer. First time she tried to talk about Hillary being all in for “comprehensive immigration reform”...amnesty...second time she just plain dodged the question.
Don’t expect anyone with the Clinton mafia to even admit sanctuary cities exist.
Tapper is a slimy weasel, pretending to play it straight, but when push comes to shove, he knows how to toe the line of the DNC.
Tapper is life-long family friends and former press secretary for Chelsea’s MIL.
November 21, 1993
Tapper had read in the newspaper that Margolies-Mezvinsky, a family friend, was running for Congress. He called the house, and she immediately invited him over.
You know, when you think about a political campaign, you picture this giant, organized machine, Tapper said. I got over there, and it was just Marjorie and two women sitting there talking.
Tapper helped her with speeches, planning events, and fell into working with the press. After her primary victory, he joined her staff full time, where he has gained a reputation for bombarding media outlets with forests of shiny fax paper.
I was seeing the fax machine in the beginning, but it was never a serious relationship. I really fell in love with my fax modem, he quips.
After the election, Tapper asked Margolies-Mezvinsky on a train ride to Washington if he could be her press secretary. She agreed.
Margolies-Mezvinsky says she has known Tapper since he was in the womb and sometimes has to remind herself not to act like a doting relative. But she says Tapper instantly proved his worth early on in the campaign with his resourcefulness combined with a healthy sense of humor.
I cant say enough nice things about him without sounding like his mother, Margolies-Mezvinsky said. I had been in the media for 25 years, and I had gotten dozens of calls from friends after I won who wanted to work as press secretary. When Jake came to me and said, I want to go to Washington, it was crystal clear to me that, despite all these people I had worked with in the field, he would be wonderful here, he would be just fine.
I’m sure she picked this twit thinking he could help her attract young voters. I love it, I’m sure he’s been crying a lot.
Or slippery Eddie Haskell.
Did Illary ire im right out of igh school?
Mook needs that phony smile taken off his face.
The word “oleaginous” comes to mind.
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