- The Washington Times - Thursday, May 7, 2015

The New York Times has started a series in which it asks former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton hypothetical questions since she answers so few of them.

“Since she declared her candidacy on April 12, Hillary Rodham Clinton has answered just seven questions from reporters. This is the first installment of a regular First Draft feature in which The Times will publish questions we would have asked Mrs. Clinton had we had the opportunity,” Amy Chozick wrote for the newspaper on Thursday.

The first question the newspaper would like to ask Mrs. Clinton pertains to President Obama’s executive order on immigration.

“President Obama said his executive action on immigration went as far as the law will allow. You say you would go beyond what he did. How could you stretch the law further than the president of your own party and his Justice Department says it can go?” the newspaper asked.

The Times then asked its readers what questions they would like Mrs. Clinton to answer.

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