Women Whose Question Was Given to Hillary Clinton Before Debate Says She Should Be “Disqualified”

National   |   Leah Barkoukis   |   Nov 2, 2016   |   3:46PM   |   Washington, DC

The woman whose question was given to Hillary Clinton ahead of a CNN presidential debate slammed the Democratic nominee on Tuesday, saying she should be “disqualified” for cheating.

Emails released by WikiLeaks showed that Donna Brazile, a CNN contributor at the time, somehow managed to get the question ahead of time and provided it to Clinton campaign chair John Podesta.

Fox News’ Jenna Lee asked Lee-Anne Walters, who asked the question about the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, for her reaction to the news.

Walters said she was “disgusted” by Clinton’s answer at the time and “even more so” once she learned she already had her question, adding that she “should be disqualified because she had had an advantage she shouldn’t have had.”

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CNN has since parted ways with Brazile.

LifeNews Note: Leah Barkoukis writes for TownHall, where this column originally appeared.