Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook went on Anderson Cooper’s show on Friday to discuss a number of issues, including what occurred during the 2016 election.
Of course, Mook took Cooper’s questions and attempted to spin it in the dumbest way possible. Instead of answering the questions about Russia dossier or campaign dealings, Mook tried spinning the discussion to talk about what Democrats should be focusing on instead of the previous presidential election.
Cooper asked Mook about Donna Brazile and her connection to the Clinton campaign.
“Anderson, I’m just not interested in these things that are in the past,” Mook replied. “We have to move beyond 2016. We have a governor’s election less than a week away in Virgina. We’ve got critical midterm elections. And this tax plan the Republicans are proposing is outrageous. That’s the fight. That’s where we need to be as Democrats.”
Former Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook on revelations in Donna Brazile's book: "We have to move beyond 2016" https://t.co/4VJ68fp1qA
— CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) November 4, 2017
Some Democrats LOVED what Mook said.
Thanks @RobbyMook and @AC360 We need to stop looking back and look forward and use the talents of our highly experienced Democrats (HRC, etc.) and follow, support and watch the young people coming up in the party. #UNITEANDFIGHT 🇺🇸😎🌈
— Edward Thomas Clarke (@EdinRM) November 4, 2017
— Brena-Bey46 (@Brena_Bey46) November 4, 2017
Others weren’t so thrilled.
— JARKA SCHNEIDER (@jarkasgym) November 4, 2017
— KSHART (@tweethart3) November 4, 2017
— Sherry Hudson (@countrysherry) November 4, 2017
— catlady1010 (@jeziscute26) November 4, 2017
Then there were those who had to point out the obvious.
They been lying to people all this time they rigged the primary, they need to come clean and tell the truth
— LFC Baines (@Ahmed_Baines) November 4, 2017
Of course he is not gonna admit he knew to Anderson . Story will change when he’s put under oath .
— Bobby G (@gilbert458) November 4, 2017
Probably just became aware Hillary lost the election also!
— Marc Nelson (@marcnelson1255) November 4, 2017
Conclusion? It really sucks to suck.