A nationwide survey from Quinnipiac revealed some unwanted results for presidential frontrunner Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Asked to choose words that describes the candidates, voters chose "arrogant" for the Donald and "liar" for Hillary. Judging by the whoops and hollers of Jimmy Kimmel's studio audience Thursday night, they seemed to think those terms were pretty accurate.
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Their applause can be easily explained. Guy and Katie have followed Hillary's changing story about her email scandal in detail. First, the former Secretary of State insisted she did not deal with classified information on her private server. Then, her story was altered to say she didn't receive material "marked" classifed. Another bombshell report said she did receive classified information from the start.
If this studio audience is any indication of Americans' view of Hillary in general, the Democrats' shining hope for the White House better get her story straight.