Has CNN’s Alisyn Camerota going back to her “fair and balanced” roots? It appeared that way.
While the rest of her media colleagues were circling the Donald Trump camp like vultures eyeing what they hope is a dying feast, the “New Day” host showed interest in a new batch of Clinton emails indicative of a “pay to play” operation between the State Department and the Clinton Foundation.
CNN clip via The Washington Free Beacon
Camerota brought up newly-released emails obtained by the Republican National Committee through a Freedom of Information Act request.
“This, once again, appears to show that there was not a firewall between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department,” she said.
The emails indicated that the foundation requested special access to those individuals named in messages marked “FOB” — meaning friends of Bill Clinton. This was in the days following the 2010 earthquake in Haiti.
“Once again, it does show collusion or a cozy relationship between the two,” Camerota said.
“Yeah, this isn’t good,” The Daily Beast‘s Jackie Kucinich acknowledged.
“People don’t like that,” she said. “This is why the emails are a problem for Hillary Clinton much more so than any of the other things that are coming out of the WikiLeaks.”
Before heading to CNN, Camerota co-anchored Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom” and co-hosted “Fox & Friends Weekend.”
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