While in Japan, President Obama balked at a question about Hillary Clinton’s trustworthiness and her worsening email scandal. OBAMA: As a special bonus, I’m going to take one more question. …OK, you know what, I take it back, I’m not taking another question. We’re in Japan, don’t we have something in Asia that we want to talk about? I’ll be talking about this in Washington the whole time. Look, I’ve already said a lot about those issues. I think those are better directed to the campaign. As I said before, during the course of a primary people say what they think might help them get some votes. And once the campaign’s over, then they move on. So, I think that the noise that is going back and forth between the candidates at this point, if you want insights into how they’re thinking about it, those should be directed to them.