Hillary Clinton is continuing to be called out by Republican presidential candidates and media members over her lack of availability to the press.

The Washington Post and New York Times have highlighted the issue recently, with the Post reporting today that Clinton has fielded only eight questions since launching her campaign a month ago. 

The Post also points out that it has been 20 days since Clinton took a question from the media.

Carly Fiorina, the only woman running on the Republican side, has taken 322 questions since announcing her candidacy earlier this month, according to her campaign. 

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), meantime, has answered 131 questions since launching his campaign a month ago.

Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry reported on the issue this afternoon.

He said the Clinton campaign is arguing that there is "plenty of time down the road" for more interviews and Q-and-A time with the media.

They point out that Clinton has not been shy about answering questions from Americans at campaign events in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Henry said that those events, however, are "carefully controlled" and the questioners are selected in advance.

Henry noted that other prominent Democrats - like Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio - are coming out against President Obama on the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

Clinton, on the other hand, has still not weighed in on the TPP trade deal.

She supported it as secretary of state, but Henry said a recent statement from Clinton indicated that she is still weighing the trade deal.

Watch Henry's report above.