At Reason by Jacob Sullum
According to a Fox News poll
conducted last week, 67 percent of likely voters do not think Hillary
Clinton is "honest and trustworthy." That is five percentage points more
than said the same thing about Donald Trump—an amazing accomplishment,
since the blowhard billionaire can barely open his mouth without lying.
Clinton's credibility with voters may be even weaker than
that poll suggests, since it was completed before FBI Director James
that agents had stumbled across another trove of emails that crossed
the unsecured private server she improperly used as secretary of state.
Whether or not the FBI finds any previously unidentified messages
containing classified material, the discovery reminded everyone of
Clinton's tendency to pile lie upon lie instead of coming clean about
"I'm not making excuses," Clinton said at a rally in Ohio on Monday. "I've said it was a mistake and I regret it."