Hillary Clinton's comments during her press conference Tuesday on her use of personal email while secretary of state are yet another example of the Clintons thinking the rules don't apply to them, commentator Mark Steyn told Fox News.
Steyn appeared via remote from London on Tuesday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity."
He pointed to Big Ben over his shoulder, saying, "The only reason the House of Parliament exists is 800 years ago, King John was forced to sign the Magna Carta that said even a king has to bow to the law. Eight-hundred years later, Queen Hillary says no, no, no, the laws don't apply to me. The laws are for the little people."
Steyn compared the press conference to Marie Antoinette.
"Instead of let them eat cake, let them eat spin," he said. "And not even good spin at that. This doesn't pass any kind of smell test."
Steyn mocked Clinton's explanation that her emails could be found by obtaining the copies of them in the "Received" folders of her underlings.
"You try that with the IRS this time next month, Sean," Steyn said. "You say, well, I'm not telling you what income I have, because the guy who wrote me the check at Fox News has already told you what I earn. And the guy who writes me the check for the radio show has already told you what you earn, and see how far you get with the IRS."
"Bring me a cake with a file at that point," Hannity replied.
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