Here are Clinton’s full comments:
“A lot of serious news reporting has become more entertainment-driven and more opinion-driven as opposed to factual,” she said. “People book onto the shows, political figures, commentators who will be controversial, who will be provocative because it’s a good show. You might not learn anything, but you might be entertained and I think that’s just become an unfortunate pattern that I wish could be broken.”
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