WASHINGTON — After more than 200 days without holding a formal news conference, Hillary Clinton took her most extensive questions from journalists in months on Friday — and it wasn’t so bad after all.
Mrs. Clinton said she took “seriously” the problems she has had winning voters’ trust. She clarified her recent mischaracterization of the F.B.I. investigation into her private email server. And she explained that the economic frustration driving many of Donald J. Trump’s supporters should be taken ...
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