Transcript for Hillary Clinton Finally Answers Questions on Campaign Trail
will move forward. To the race for president now. Hillary Clinton taking questions from the media for the first time in weeks. She faced reporters on subjects ranging from the Iraq war to her personal wealth. Our Clinton correspondent Cecilia Vega is with her in des Moines. Reporter: Good morning, George. 28 days. That's how long Hillary Clinton went without taking questions from reporters. And believe me, we have been asking. Finally in Iowa, she broke her silence. Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail waving. Thank you so much. Reporter: Shaking hands. Finally taking questions from reporters. Okay, are y'all ready? Reporter: From her vote as a senator for the war in Iraq. I have made it clear I made a mistake. Plain and simple. Reporter: To e-mail-gate. Those work e-mails written on her personal account will be released in batches every two months. Irepeatedly, I want those e-mails out. Reporter: Even her income. The presidential candidate promising to work for the middle class, as bill and Hillary Clinton raked in $25 million. You are in the tiptop echelon of earners in the country, how do you expect everyday Americans to troelt you? Bill and I have been blessed. We never forgot where we came from. Most Americans understand that the deck is stacked for those at the top. I'm running a campaign that is clearly stating, we want to reshuffle the deck. Reporter: A 28-day silence ended with six questions. Do you regret deleting 32,000 other e-mails? Reporter: She didn't answer all those. Is this the new Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail? Probably not. No sense she'll take questions more regularly? Reporter: Probably not. This is still the ramp-up phase. Until that is over, probably no big press conferences. Now to Amy with the other
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