NPR Host Grills Furious Hillary Over Political ‘Gay Marriage’ Flip-Flop (AUDIO)
Former secretary of state and likely presidential candidate Hillary Clinton got more than she bargained for during an NPR radio interview on Thursday, becoming angry after being repeatedly asked whether her “evolution” on gay marriage was driven by politics and not a passion for equality. Clinton spoke with NPR host Terry Gross as part of her tour promoting her new book “Hard Choices.” But it quickly turned into a hard interview after Gross repeatedly pressed Clinton on her shift from opposing gay marriage as first lady in the 1990s to embracing it as the probable Democratic nominee in 2016.
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