The biggest disaster here is not that she lied, we all expected that. The biggest disaster is that the questions were almost all delivered in the standard political fluff and circumstance. I make a long, impassioned speech listing the two or three dozen questions that my constituents might be wanting the answers to, and then you make a long flowery speech in which you focus on whichever portion of my speech you are most comfortable dealing with. (While carefully skirting any portions that you are unable to dance around.)
One or two questioners actually asked specific questions and waited for a response. Rand Paul for one. But, let's face it, these people are all in the same club and they are all going to give each other some space.