On Sunday’s episode of PoliticsNation on MSNBC, Hillary Rodham Clinton was interviewed by host Reverend Al Sharpton. During their conversation, Clinton and Sharpton discussed a number of topics including the differences between her and President Barack Obama, her supporters, her Republican rivals, police reform, gun control, President Bill Clinton’s crime bill, Syria, and the politicization of the Benghazi investigation in Congress. Clinton criticized recent comments by House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy in which he said the investigation was successful for Republicans because it was hurting Clinton’s campaign. Clinton said, “When I hear a statement like that, which demonstrates unequivocally that this was always meant to be a partisan political exercise. I feel like it does a grave disservice and dishonors not just the memory of the four that we lost, but of everybody who has served our country.”
Tomorrow, Clinton will participate in a Town Hall event in New Hampshire. The event will be broadcast live during NBC’s Today show. For all the latest, follow our Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.