A true to life compulsive liar.
Washington (CNN)Hillary Clinton on Friday doubled down on recent misleading statements about her use of a private email server at the State Department, even as she acknowledged that she "may have short-circuited" her answers about it.
At a gathering of black and Hispanic journalists in Washington, D.C., Clinton -- who has come under fire for not often taking media questions -- was asked about her recent assertion that FBI Director James Comey had said she was "truthful" to the public in discussing the issue, a claim that a number of media outlets, including CNN, have debunked.
"I was pointing out in both of those instances, that Director Comey had said that my answers in my FBI interview were truthful. That really is the bottom line here," she said. "What I told the FBI, which he said was truthful, is consistent with what I have said publicly. I may have short-circuited and for that I will try to clarify."
Clinton went on to repeat that she "never sent or received" classified information on her private email server -- a statement that is inconsistent with Comey's testimony on Capitol Hill.
"And I would go back to where I started, I regret using one account, I have taken responsibility for that," Clinton said.
The email controversy has continued to dog Clinton's presidential campaign, particularly as she suffers from the widespread perception among voters that she isn't honest or trustworthy.
Clinton on Friday also called on journalists hold Donald Trump accountable, saying reporters "have a special responsibility to our democracy at a time like this." She warned about her opponent: "He's harkening back to the most shameful chapters of our history and appealing to the ugliest impulses of our society ... He retweets white nationalists."
Clinton also addressed the problematic ways in which Trump has treated reporters, saying it is a "badge of honor" when journalists are kicked out of his press conferences or banned from attending his rallies.
"America is better than Donald Trump," she said. "We need to stand up and say that Donald Trump doesn't represent who we are and what we believe."
I can tell you for a fact that this woman does not represent who I am nor what I stand for.
I have many faults to which I will readily admit to but I have always tried to go out of my way to be a Stand Up Guy.
Well out of my way on several occasions.
You don't ever have to ask me what I am thinking because it is written all over my face and is easily read with a glance.
I try to be honest in my dealings with people and will take a loss on something if I think it is the right thing to do.
In other words, I have some morals.
Hillary Clinton couldn't even rent morals.
They are one of those things that aren't for sale, anywhere, for any price.
Something she wouldn't understand.
She also obviously missed an early life lesson that most people pick right up on.
When you lie, you have to remember that lie and when caught at it, have to try and tell another lie to cover up the first one. She is the perfect example of this that people should use to teach their children with.
There is only one truth, tell the truth and that is all you have to remember.
Something she is incapable of doing.
If you trust this woman for anything she says you are dumber than a warehouse full of rusty hammers.