PUB­LIC­ITY YES, CAN­DOR MAYBE NOT

The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

Hil­lary Rod­ham Clin­ton is poised for a pub­lic­ity blitz when “Hard Choices,” her much-bal­ly­hooed, 656-page mem­oir is re­leased June 10 by Si­mon & Schus­ter. ABC News is al­ready trum­pet­ing an exclusive one-on-one in­ter­view Mrs. Clin­ton has granted to Diane Sawyer, to air on the eve of the book re­lease, fol­lowed by a live in­ter­view on pub­li­ca­tion day dur­ing “Good Morn­ing Amer­ica.”

In­ter­est­ing. Crit­ics who fol­low Mrs. Clin­ton still won­der if the true state of her health will ever be re­vealed with sim­i­lar enthusiasm. Maybe. Maybe not. Many Amer­i­cans, how­ever, would like that in­for­ma­tion, from Mrs. Clin­ton and any­one else who chooses to run. A new Ras­mussen Re­port sur­vey re­veals that “38 per­cent of likely vot­ers be­lieve all de­clared pres­i­den­tial can­di­dates should re­lease at least their most re­cent med­i­cal records to the pub­lic. Forty-two per­cent dis­agree and say they should not have to do so. Twenty per­cent are un­de­cided.”

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