- The Washington Times - Wednesday, October 26, 2016

The New York Post may have caught Hillary Clinton in a little white lie told on a Spanish-language network program.

Asked for her favorite food while appearing on Wednesday’s edition of Univision’s “El Gordo y La Flaca,” the former secretary of state said “I think it would be Mexican food.”

Aside from Mrs. Clinton’s surreptitious April 2015 visit to a Chipotle outside Toledo, Ohio, however, there’s little evidence to back up her claim.

Yet, the Post noticed, “[i]n an article this year for ‘Thrillist,’ detailing her favorite restaurants in the state of the New York, Clinton listed Rao’s (Italian), Northern Lights Creamery (gelato ice cream), Lange’s Little Store (sandwiches), Charlie The Butcher’s (meat) and others.”

“But she didn’t list a single Mexican establishment,” in that interview, added the Post.

While Mrs. Clinton could possibly just enjoy making her own Mexican dishes at home, she’s on the record as having admitted, “I’m a lousy cook, but I make pretty good soft scrambled eggs,” according to a Slate profile piece from the 2008 primary-campaign season.

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