Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager, Patti Solis Doyle, opened up to CNN on their segment, “At This Hour.” During the interview she talked about the experience of being “overruled” by Hillary when she suggested the termination of adviser Burns Strider over his many sexual indiscretions.
Solis Doyle described the incidence saying, “So, a young woman made a complaint to our head of operations about sexual harassment against Burns Strider…who she reported to. The incident was brought to my attention, and, you know, I did my due diligence. I interviewed all the parties involved. I looked at the evidence. I looked at some emails that he had sent. I had looked at other documents, and came to the conclusion that there was sexual harassment involved, that the young woman was very credible, and my recommendation to the senator was to fire him, and I was overruled.”
When a CNN anchor asked, “So, she overruled you personally?”
Solis Doyle simply answered, “I was overruled, yes.”