New York: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will finally allow journalists on her campaign plane as she has gone 272 days without holding a press conference.
Starting September 5, Clinton’s travelling press corps will be allowed on board her plane, the New York Post reported on Friday.
The campaign, therefore, was upsizing its aircraft to accommodate the candidate, her advisers, Secret Service agents and reporters.
Clinton has a busy September 5 with campaigns in Ohio and Illinois.
“I would go all the way to the end and not do a press conference,” the New York Post reported Dan Pfeiffer, a former White House senior adviser to President Barack Obama as saying.
However, there was still no news of any press conference by the former secretary of state.
First Published | 3 September 2016 8:50 AM