Delusional Clinton Campaign Manager Claims Polls Don’t Show Hillary is Viewed as Dishonest

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Hillary Clinton's campaign manager Robby Mook's job is to spin for his candidate, but he went into overdrive Sunday on Face the Nation when asked about her trustworthiness issues with voters.

Host John Dickerson said Democrats have told him that this is by far her biggest issue, saying "polls have shown that voters do not trust her."

"Well, first of all, no poll shows that voters don't trust Hillary Clinton," Mook said. "No poll says that."

Unfortunately for Mook, polls very emphatically say that.

A recent ABC / Washington Post poll showed just 41 precent felt Clinton was honest, with 52 percent saying the opposite.

A CNN poll before that showed just 42 percent of respondents viewed her as honest and trustworthy, versus 57 percent who did not feel that way.

The polls showed issues voters have with Clinton's private email server at the State Department and allegations of pay-for-play during her tenure that have plagued her campaign for months. Clinton's now-infamous avoidance of press is also causing her issues.

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