Yes, something "bad" happened to Hillary's presidential campaign yesterday, but you would never know it after reading Gail Collins's latest New York Times op-ed entitled "Memorial Day Weekend Ranting," which is devoted to airlines fees for checked baggage and $3 snacks. (Gail, it wouldn't harm you to lay off the junk food.)
The State Department IG's Report concerning Hillary's email practices? Why should that bother Gail, who told us one week ago that Hillary "is one of the most qualified people ever to run for the office." Hey, Gail, surely you remember what Hillary told reporters at the UN in March:
"First, the laws and regulations in effect when I was secretary of state allowed me to use my email for work. That is undisputed.
. . . .
I fully complied with every rule I was governed by."
If fibbing was a presidential qualification, Hillary would indeed have this election all sewn up.
More to the point, if Hillary cared more about the United States than herself, she would drop out of the race and save us from Donald Trump.
Sadly, she doesn't.