Saturday, September 19, 2015

New Hampshire: Hillary Clinton Bails On Hanging Out With Eager Kids From Boys & Girls Club

By Celine McArthur, Sep 18, 2015 NH1

LACONIA - Hillary Clinton held two events in New Hampshire on Thursday, including a heroin forum in Laconia.

The forum's goal was to brainstorm ways to get the drug crisis under control.

READ: Clinton in NH: Students shouldn't have to take loans to attend public collegesBut there was another crisis brewing at Laconia Boys and Girls Club, one that had parents angry and some kids in tears.

8-year-old Landon, left the Boys and Girls Club disappointed and empty handed.

He was told he was going to meet Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton right after her heroin forum.

READ: First on NH1 News: Crossroads targets Clinton over emails in new digital ad in NHThat didn’t happen.

"When I heard it, I was kind of angry and mad at the same time," Landon said. "And I kind of felt a little bit sad because I was looking forward to it for all day today."

It was also sad and surprising his dad, Michael Bormes, said, considering Hillary's latest TV spot.

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