From the April 20 edition of Fox News' Fox & Friends:
AINSLEY EARHARDT (HOST): Hillary did really well among women and among the African-American voters here in New York. She was on a hip-hop radio show talking about, they were accusing her of pandering to black people. I want you to hear this sound bite and then I want to get your reaction.
ANGELA YEE (CO-HOST): What’s something that you always carry with you?
HILLARY CLINTON: Hot sauce.
DJ ENVY (CO-HOST): Really?
CLINTON: Yeah, yeah.
CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD (CO-HOST): You getting in formation right now?
DJ ENVY: Hot sauce.
CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD: Hot sauce in my bag, swag?
CLINTON: Hot sauce.
CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD: Really?
CHARLAMAGNE THA GOD: Now, listen, I want you to know that people are going to see this and say, “OK she’s pandering to black people.”
CLINTON: OK, is it working?
EARHARDT: So what do you make of A, the hot sauce comment and B, her admitting to pandering?
DAVID CLARKE: Well I'm surprised she didn't say watermelon. Just go all the way. You know, this is stuff is dehumanizing, it's embarrassing, it's disgusting, and if any other candidate were to say something like that, some stereotype about black people, it would derail their campaign. But the rules seem to be different for the Clintons. You know, the folks that she was being interviewed by, they saw right through it. That's why they said they're going to accuse you of pandering. They know it. Black people know they're being pandered to. Nothing's gotten better under Democrat control. You go to all the cities where there's high poverty. There's now high levels of crime and violence. They're all run by liberal Democrat mayors, liberal Democrat politicians so nothing seems to get better.