Waiting Reporters Receive Pizzas From Hillary Clinton Team Hillary Clinton's presidential announcement was long awaited. It also involved a long wait for reporters staked out in front of her campaign headquarters.

Waiting Reporters Receive Pizzas From Hillary Clinton Team

Waiting Reporters Receive Pizzas From Hillary Clinton Team

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Hillary Clinton's presidential announcement was long awaited. It also involved a long wait for reporters staked out in front of her campaign headquarters.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne. Hillary Clinton's campaign launch was long-awaited. It also involved a long wait - hours - for reporters staked out in front of her campaign headquarters. Clinton is attempting to reset her sometimes testy relationship to the political press, which may explain why two top aides, her campaign manager and spokesman, carried out pizzas to make nice with the media horde, who probably just wished they had delivered the news faster. It's MORNING EDITION.

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