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all?womens outlets. Were not all agreed on how we feel about her as voters, and thats reflected in our coverage. interviewSometimes its critical and sometimes its celebratory , sometimes praising her and sometimes doing a little shredding . Ive personally been open about having voted for Bernie Sanders in the primary, but these Bernie or Bust motherfuckers got frankly absurd a long time ago, and weve grappled with that issue, too. I think were more transparently conflicted about HRC than most womens outlets, in other words, which I would argue has made for better and more interesting coverage (and also some wildly and wonderfully dumb stuff ). But the Clinton campaign is famously risk-averse when it comes to the media, the most notorious example being that shes avoided press conferences for pretty much her entire campaign, apart from taking questions at a joint convention of the National Associations of Black and Hispanic Journalists. (The campaign also recently launched its own podcast . Clinton is a cohost; on WNYC, the New York Times Amy Chozick suggested it functions partially as a way for Clinton to continue to avoid having to talk to reporters. ) As best I can tell, someones done the math here and decided Jezebel isnt worth the risk. Its begun to seem to me that the Clinton campaign doesnt like to talk to women-focused outlets unless they can provide a kind of burnished, pink-bulbed view of her candidacy that we were unwilling to promise. The first and last time I met with the Clinton staff was in late November, when staff writer Ellie Shechet and I went to lunch in Brooklyn with Rebecca Chalif, the Womens Press Lead for the campaign.
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