Hillary Clinton 'Will Hold Press Conferences' as President, Press Secretary Vows

Brian Fallon joined this week's "Powerhouse Politics" podcast.

“But the frequency of them is something that would just play out as time went on,” he added.

On this week’s “Powerhouse Politics” podcast, Fallon promised greater interaction between Clinton and the press on the campaign trail and said he expects the Democratic nominee to hold a press conference soon.

“The amount of interaction can only go up," he said, noting that the traveling press will soon be flying with Clinton on her new campaign plane.

“We are very respectful of the press and the job that they have to do,” Fallon continued. “We have done a lot of interviews, but I know that no matter how many questions we answer in a variety of formats, it is the press’s job to always demand more access. We respect that, and so we’re going to seek further ways to accommodate that in the remaining months of the campaign.”

He later expressed confidence that the larger plane will yield greater face time between Clinton and the traveling press, saying, “She will interact with them to a good extent when we’re traveling with them on the same plane.”

He pointed to a variety of local media and national television interviews, as well as press gaggles on the road “from time to time,” as evidence of Clinton’s availability to the press and outreach to voters in battleground states.

“I don’t know what the basis is. We have not heard from Mr. Shultz or from Mr. Kissinger on this, nor have we sought their endorsement,” said Fallon. But he said the rumored endorsement is “testimony to the degree to which Republicans are fleeing the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency.”