When the call came in to the assignment desk at CNN's Washington bureau, the news about a possible hostage situation at a Hillary Clinton campaign office in New Hampshire was just beginning to spread.
It was just after 1:30 p.m. On the line was a woman, clearly very upset. She said she was at the Rochester, New Hampshire, campaign office of the former first lady, and a man there was demanding to speak with CNN.
Asked what was going on, the woman, who identified herself as "Morgan," repeated that the man there wanted to speak with CNN. Read full article »