B. Clinton Downplays Bob Johnson’s Comments

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

In radio interview on the “Roland S. Martin Show” former president said “we have to take him at his word” that his comments weren’t about Obama’s past drug use, pointed the finger at the Obama camp for their aides’ past attacks on his wife. Listen to excerpts of their conversation here.


Courtesy MSNBC

Plus: On MSNBC, new Clinton adviser Maggie Williams called the allegation that Clinton was trying to diminish Dr. King “ludicrous,” said the campaign accepts Bob Johnson’s explanation of his comments about Obama. Watch clip above.


And/but: Obama strategist David Axelrod tells the Washington Post: “I don’t see why this is so much different from what Billy Shaheen did in New Hampshire.”

Related Topics: News
  • Tweets

    View More Tweets From @TIME

Your browser, Internet Explorer 8 or below, is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites.

Learn how to update your browser