If "the truth is out there," as they used to say on the old "X-Files" program, Hillary Clinton says she's eager to expose it.
No, she's not talking about her controversial email server, although an FBI investigation is looking into that, too.
She's talking about UFOs (unidentified flying objects) or, as she corrected Jimmy Kimmel when he recently asked her on his late-night-TV show about possible visitors from other planets, "unexplained aerial phenomena" -- or U.A.P.
"That's the latest nomenclature," she said, scoring points, no doubt, with UFO -- or UAP -- enthusiasts.
Barring any threats to national security, the former secretary of state said, she would open up government files on little green visitors or whoever else may have paid us a visit from other planets.
It would be easier, I suppose, than opening up the texts to her high-priced speeches to Goldman Sachs, as requested by her Democratic rival, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.