Did Clinton Campaign Stage 'Body Image' Question at Town Hall?
After a teenage girl asked Hillary Clinton about "body image" and Donald Trump’s offensive comments about women at a town hall Tuesday, there are new allegations that the Clinton campaign is planting questions at her events.
Trace Gallagher reported on "The Kelly File" tonight that 15-year-old Brennan Leach told The New York Times that her father, Democratic state Sen. Daylin Leach, helped her craft the question.
Gallagher noted that Clinton was previously caught planting questions during her run for Senate in 1999 and her run for the White House in 2007.
He added that this follows the revelation that the Clinton campaign was allowed to help word the questions she was asked during her February appearance on "The Steve Harvey Show."
"This all comes at a time in the campaign when Hillary Clinton has been criticized for doing a litany of softball interviews, including for 'Extra,' 'The Tonight Show,' 'Between Two Ferns' and what many call an awkward appearance on the Mary J. Blige show," Gallagher reported.
Watch Dana Loesch and Krystal Ball react on "The Kelly File" above.