Hillary Clinton Seeks Clean Slate With Press

Weeks after being dogged by accusations of secrecy, Hillary Clinton told journalists Monday that she wanted "a new relationship with the press." Speaking at a dinner in honor of veteran Washington Post correspondent Dan Balz, the all-but-certain presidential contender acknowledged that her "relationship with the press has been at times, shall we say, complicated.”
But Clinton said she was "all about new beginnings.... In an appeal to journalists, Clinton praised Robin Toner, the former New York Times correspondent and namesake of the evening's prize, saying we need "more Robin Toners" to "get us out of the echo chambers we all inhabit."