Apparently Hillary Clinton was met with some booing and a negative reception from an audience when she attempted to rebut Obama’s “bitterness” statement.
Here’s the report from MSNBC:
PITTSBURGH, Pa. — Hillary Clinton spent a fourth day hitting Obama for comments about small town America that she characterized as elitist, out of touch and problematic for the Democratic Party, but this time some in the crowd could be heard taking issue with what she was saying.
The New York senator brought up the issue near the top of a speech sponsored by the Alliance for American Manufacturing, to quite a few murmurs in the crowd.
“I understand my opponent came this morning and he spent a lot of his time attacking me,” she said, before being interrupted with several seconds of murmurs and groans from the crowd. “Well, you know, I know that many of you, like me were disappointed by recent remarks that he made.â€
More groans and at least one â€œNo” from the crowd.
â€œAnd I think it’s important that, you know, we give people the chance to really compare and contrast us,â€ Clinton continued. â€œYou know, I am well aware that at a fundraiser in San Francisco, he said some things that many people in Pennsylvania and beyond Pennsylvania have found offensive.â€
A few more â€œNoâ€s.
Here’s the video of it, also from MSNBC: