Hillary Clinton suggested Tuesday afternoon that no 2016 presidential debate moderator asked her or her opponent, Donald Trump, about their respective plans to create jobs.
"I kept waiting for the moment. You know, I watched a million presidential debates in my life, and I was waiting for the moment when one of the people asking the questions would have said, 'So exactly how are you going to create more jobs?'" the failed presidential candidate said during an interview in New York with CNN's Christiane Amanpour.
"I mean I thought, you know, I thought at some moment that would happen," she laughed, somewhat derisively. "And I was ready for that moment!"
Perhaps she thought that might happen, because it did happen.
NBC News' Lester Holt actually specifically asked both candidates about their jobs plans during a debate held on Sept. 26, 2016. In fact, it was the very first question of the very first presidential debate.
"There's been a record six straight years of job growth, and new census numbers show incomes have increased at a record rate after years of stagnation. However, income inequality remains significant, and nearly half of Americans are living paycheck to paycheck," Holt said.
Holt then added, "Beginning with you, Secretary Clinton, why are you a better choice than your opponent to create the kinds of jobs that will put more money into the pockets of American works?"
Yeah, darn those debate moderators.