"There are some people in politics and in the press who can't be confused by the facts," she said. "They just will not live in an evidence-based world. And that's regrettable. It's regrettable for our political system and for the people who serve our government in very dangerous, difficult circumstances."What Clinton did not add, sadly, was the observation that of the groups she's had to work with, during her tenure as secretary of state, Congress was probably the dumbest. But that's all right, because I'm just gonna imagine she was thinking that part to herself.
At the same time, Clinton said she refused to be "discouraged by the fact that they are never going to accept the facts and the limitations of the facts." She added that "you have to get up every day and work to do best you can and communicate that to the vast majority of fair-minded Americans whether they're in Congress, in the press or in the public."
Hillary Clinton, when asked about the Benghazi conspiracy-mongering on display at the Congressional hearings she was called to so Republicans could, well, ask about all their Benghazi conspiracy-mongering: