It was the site of the infamous rope-off of reporters while Clinton walked in a 4th of July parade earlier this year. A picture tweeted by New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman of a disgruntled-looking cameraman went viral, and it contributed to the notion of Clinton's hostile attitude toward transparency.
Clinton advance aides create a rope line for the press, moving with the candidate pic.twitter.com/9S7CpVt7x4
— Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) July 4, 2015
The video also shows Clinton ignoring questions about the book Clinton Cash, which alleged pay-for-play with foreign governments happened while Clinton was secretary of state, as well as dodging a question about whether she thought there should be more debates. Primary opponents Martin O'Malley, the former governor of Maryland, and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) have criticized the Democratic National Committee for limiting the number of debates to benefit Clinton, the clear frontrunner in the polls.
In June, Clinton told a woman seeking an autograph in New Hampshire to head to the end of the line, a moment captured by America Rising that has been looped more than eight million times. Clinton, while enjoying a wide lead nationally, is in a tight race with Sanders in New Hampshire, a state she won in 2008 over Barack Obama that shot life back into her campaign.