Hillary campaign ropes off media

Democrat Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonPoll: Clinton leads Trump by 12 points nationally Watchdog releases new batch of State Department emails Mark Cuban: Trump lies more than Clinton MORE’s campaign staff separated journalists from their candidate Saturday using a white rope, multiple reports say.
The incident took place during a July Fourth holiday parade in Gorham, N.H., according to CNN.
Clinton initially let media members approach her and ask questions while she walked down the town’s Main Street.
Campaign staff herded them with a rope when the route became more crowded with bystanders.
“[It’s] so maybe a voter could see her, that sort of thing,” a staffer said of the tactic.
The Clinton campaign said the move was so New Hampshire voters could properly see their candidate in the parade, CNN reported.
Several journalists in the Granite State tweeted photos of the bizarre situation:

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