If you watch the Hillary video of the remarks, it’s clear – to me, anyway – that she actually was trying to make the point about primary campaigns going on long, even if, as Drudge and others are pointing out, her history is a bit weak. However inelegant she was in bringing up RFK’s assassination, she stresses the word June when she mentions it – right on the heels of saying that her husband had not wrapped up his nomination until June. An ill-advised, potentially catastrophic gaffe, given our media and political climate, but I don’t think there was anything sinister at work here.
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