NY Times’ Haberman: Hillary Campaign ‘Extremely Unprepared’ for Accusations of Clinton Fdn-State Dept ‘Overlap’

Thursday on CNN’s “New Day,” New York Times presidential campaign correspondent Maggie Haberman, who is also a CNN contributor, discussed the controversy involving Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and the “overlap” of the State Department and the State Department while she was secretary of state. Haberman explained this has been a problem for the Clinton campaign and it is being used by her general opponent Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump against her. Haberman described Clinton’s campaign as being “extremely unprepared” to respond to the accusation, noting it was as if they are saying, “You’re not seeing what you think you’re seeing.” “There is an existing narrative about the Clintons that’s been there for many, many years about the overlap between the Clinton Foundation and the State Department and there has been a lot of criticism about this kind of interaction before to see if there in writing is of course going to illicit criticism,” Haberman said. “Donald Trump is making the criticism that the Clintons would make about him if this kind of thing showed up and none of the explanations for it have really done much to say exactly – essentially what they’re saying is, ‘You’re not seeing what you