Hillary Clinton wanted the media — and Americans — to know what she thinks about the police, but she didn’t want them to know what the police think about her policies.

Clinton, who looked tired and had bags under her eyes, made a quick appearance before cameras in New York today to show the opening to her meeting with several police chiefs from around the country.

After her statement, the media was promptly escorted from the room at John Jay College and prevented from covering the discussion.

We aren’t sure what she said to, or what was said by eight law enforcement officials, including outgoing New York City police commissioner Bill Bratton and his successor, James O’Neill; Charles Beck of the Los Angeles Police Department and former police chief Charles Ramsey of Philadelphia.