Hillary Clinton said in an interview last night that she would have more interactions with reporters. But today in Reno, she seemed only to want to give them chocolate.

After giving a speech where she accused Donald Trump of embracing racism, reporters tried to ask her about the speech and why she didn't outright call Trump a racist.

But instead of acknowledging the questions, Clinton kept talking about the chocolate from a local shop.

"I want you to offer some to the press," Clinton said with a mouthful of chocolate truffle. "They are so wonderful, so cooperative, so hard-working. They deserve a piece of chocolate."

She continued talking over the reporters about how the chocolate was "so good" before walking away.

Reno Gazette-Journal Reporter Seth A. Richardson wrote on Twitter that the reporters never got any of the chocolate.