Tuesday, February 27, 2007

From New America Media

SAN FRANCISCO – A spokesperson from Sen. Hillary Clinton’s campaign apologized to the Chinese-language media after journalists were denied access to a Feb. 23 fundraising luncheon with Sen. Clinton in San Francisco. Event staff told reporters that the briefing was not open to “foreign press,” according to the Chinese-language World Journal and Sing Tao Daily.

Howard Wolfson, spokesperson for the Hillary Clinton for President Exploratory Committee, apologized to the World Journal the next day, saying this was a “learning lesson and a learning opportunity,” the World Journal reports.

Read the entire article at New America Media.

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