Journalist Bob Woodward lobbed a thinly veiled attack at Democratic presidential Hillary Clinton Wednesday, saying that the former secretary of state “shouts” too much on the campaign trail.
When asked on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” why he felt Clinton, who eked out a razor-thin victory over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses, is currently being crushed by the Vermont senator in New Hampshire polls, Woodward said: “I think a lot of it with Hillary Clinton has to do with style and delivery.”
“She shouts,” he added. “There is something unrelaxed about the way she is communicating.”
The 72-year-old author of “All the President’s Men” who helped unearth the Watergate scandal has in recent months repeatedly criticized Clinton, saying at one point the email scandal that has wreaked havoc on her candidacy even reminded him of the tapes that helped bring down former President Richard Nixon.