Hillary Clinton: ‘I Don’t Blame Voters’ Who Were Influenced by Propaganda

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes spoke with Hillary Clinton tonight and touched upon the “psychological aspect” of Russian efforts to influence the election.

He said that it’s a little hard to tell American citizens that they were “duped” and manipulated.

“I don’t blame voters who woke up and saw that Jim Comey was re-opening an investigation and didn’t know what to think,” she said. “I don’t blame voters who are searching, Googling, trying to find out information that will help them make a decision who are being told that the Clinton Foundation… was stealing money, paying for my daughter’s wedding, these total lies.”

She continued on to say that “propaganda is meant to influence people” and said she doesn’t blame voters for wondering if there’s something to what they were seeing on Facebook and elsewhere.

Watch above, via MSNBC.

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