Clinton on Snapchat

Clinton Connects With Millennial Voters On Snapchat

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A month before the polls open, a social network is getting one-on-one screen time with a presidential candidate.

Snapchat is social network of choice for many millennials.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appears on Snapchat’s TV-style politics show, “Good Luck America.”

She answers questions from Snapchat’s head of news about what she was like as a young person.

“When I was in junior high school, I wanted to be a journalist, I had a column in the junior high newspaper,” she said.

The episode also focuses on how she spent Friday and Saturday nights in college…

“I want to lots of dances, we called them mixers in those days. Men and boys and girls and women mixing.”

Donald Trump won’t appear on the show. Snapchat said he declined the company’s interview request.

The episode is available in the “Discover” section and will exist on Snapchat for 48 hours.

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One Comment

  1. Hank Maglio says:

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