The Hillary Clinton presidential campaign took a lot of heat for its handling of the press last weekend, using ropes to herd them along during a campaign event.
FOX News Radio's Gurnal Scott reports:
From America's Election Headquarters.
It was a spectacle you would have been more likely to see in a TV western.
Campaign workers herding the media like cattle during a New Hampshire parade appearance. During a taped interview for CNN, Clinton only said she wants unfettered access to people early in the campaign.
(Clinton) "I'm not running my campaign for the press. I'm running it for voters."
She says after declaring in April she was seeking the White House, she wanted to concentrate on conversations.
(Clinton) "Getting my feel of what was going on in the country. Feeling that I understood what people wanted."
Clinton plans another major policy speech on Monday.
Gurnal Scott, FOX News Radio.