Hillary Clinton: ‘I don’t believe’ we have ever lied

Clinton on Overcoming 'Trust Deficit'

Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, who struggles with perceptions of duplicity in polls, pronounced Thursday that she doesn’t trust she has ever told a distortion and vowed to do her best to be honest going forward.

Jimmy Carter famously affianced to a American people: “I will never distortion to you.” Clinton didn’t utterly go there when asked during an talk with CBS News if she could give a identical promise.

“You’re seeking me to say, ‘Have we ever [lied]?’ we don’t trust we ever have. we don’t trust we ever have. we don’t trust we ever will. we am going to do a best we can to turn with a American people,” Clinton told anchor Scott Pelley.

Clinton also faced some questions about probity during MSNBC’s Democratic city gymnasium in Las Vegas Thursday night.

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Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton, who struggles with perceptions of duplicity in polls, pronounced Thursday that she doesn’t trust she has ever told a distortion and vowed to do her best to be honest going forward.

Jimmy Carter famously affianced to a American people: “I will never distortion to you.” Clinton didn’t utterly go there when asked during an talk with CBS News if she could give a identical promise.

“You’re seeking me to say, ‘Have we ever [lied]?’ we don’t trust we ever have. we don’t trust we ever have. we don’t trust we ever will. we am going to do a best we can to turn with a American people,” Clinton told anchor Scott Pelley.

Clinton also faced some questions about probity during MSNBC’s Democratic city gymnasium in Las Vegas Thursday night.

“It is apparently discouraging that people have questions about me, that we will do my best to answer,” Clinton said. “So people are unequivocally asking, ‘is she in it for herself or is she in it for me?’ I’ve always been somebody who believed and lifted in my family and my faith that I, with my blessings, had an event and an requirement to do what we could to assistance others. And that’s what we will do as president.”

Related: Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton Answer Voters during Las Vegas Town Hall

In Iowa, where Clinton squeaked out a slight win in a state’s caucuses progressing this month, a former secretary of state warranted a support of usually 10 percent of electorate who pronounced probity was their many critical peculiarity in selecting a candidate, according to opening polls (83 percent of those electorate went for opposition Bernie Sanders).

A new inhabitant NBC News poll found that Democrats picked “honest and trustworthy” as a many critical characteristics they’re looking for in a claimant in a Democratic primary, yet it was followed closely by “has a right experience,” that expected favors Clinton.

Clinton and her allies have purported that she is hold to a opposite customary when it comes to probity than other politicians since of her gender and prolonged story in politics. They have also started creation a box that it is Sanders who is deceiving supporters by earnest pie-in-the-sky policies like single-payer health care, that they contend will never pass.

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