Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton once again dodged a question about the transcripts from her Wall Street speeches.
In tonight's CNN Town Hall in Nevada, Clinton said she'd be willing to release that transcripts of speeches she got paid for at firms like Goldman Sachs — as long as all of her competing 2016 candidates do also.
The Democratic candidate argued that she's held to a different standard than Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and the Republican presidential candidates. "Why is there one standard for me and not for everybody else?" Clinton asked the moderator.
“Why is there one standard for me and not for everyone else?” @HillaryClinton on releasing speeches #DemTownHall https://t.co/Zn0YWxRFb4— Anderson Cooper 360° (@Anderson Cooper 360°) 1456279556.0
Clinton was asked in a previous town hall about why she accepted high sums of money from the banks to speak, and said "that's what they offered."
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