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Howard Kurtz weighed in on Hillary Clinton's first press conference since recovering from pneumonia that sidelined her.

Kurtz said the questioning by Clinton's press corps seemed to be "extraordinarily low-key."

On the question of her campaign's mishandling of revealing her pneumonia diagnosis, Kurtz said Clinton offered a brief and soft spoken answer.

"I think she was deliberately trying not to make news, not to make the media soundbite that would keep that story line alive."

Kurtz said the press corps needs to aggressively question Clinton, but we "didn't really see much of that today."

He said that voters are also going to be watching Clinton's body language, voice etc in wake of the pneumonia scare.


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