MILWAUKEE — Presidential candidates are often asked the same types of questions and rarely do we get to see them in a more candid setting.
Those questions are asked for a crucial and informative purpose. They can't be ignored, but sometimes it's fun to see candidates let their guard down so we can see a different side of them.
That's why TODAY's TMJ4 wanted to break that mold. We caught up with Democratic presidential candidate Marianne Williamson after her speech at the League of United Latin American Citizens convention to put her quick-thinking skills to the test.