BREAKING NEWS – New York City, New York – A member of the New York Times editorial board has a message for “broadly unpopular” Hillary Clinton as the crucial midterms loom: stay off the campaign trail or risk firing up the GOP base. Times board member Michelle Cottle penned a piece headlined, “Hillary Clinton’s Master Class in Distraction,” that essentially tells the failed 2016 presidential candidate to back off and allow Democrats to focus on the midterms. Clinton only took exception to the words  of conservative strategist Chris Barron, referring to the former Secretary of State as “politically radioactive”. She called his comment “inaccurate and sexist”, but she refused to give an explanation on why every time she walked passed a store that sold scientific products, her presence would set off every Geiger Counter.