Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton barked like a dog Monday evening, as she imitated before a crowd in Reno, Nev., how she would like to fact check Republicans.
Clinton's tale began with a political ad she remembered hearing on the radio during her time in Arkansas. She said the radio announcer mused on how great it would be to have a system to immediately react to whether a politician's statements are true. The solution, Clinton remembered, was a trained dog, which the announcer said would bark if a statement was untrue.
"People were barking at each other for days," Clinton said. "I've gotta figure out how we can do that with Republicans."
"We need to get that dog and follow him around and every time they say these things, like, 'oh the Great Recession was caused by too much regulation,'" Clinton said, before letting out a series of high-pitched barks. A howl from the audience could be heard in reply.
"I think we could cut right through a lot of their claims," Clinton said.