Ted Cruz: We’re Seeing the ‘Obama/Clinton Foreign Policy’ Continue To Play Out

‘She was his Secretary of State. She was charged with implementing the strategy of leading from behind’

Cruz Explains the ‘Obama/Clinton Foreign Policy’ (Washington Free Beacon)

Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Tx.) explained to Megyn Kelly Wednesday on the specifics of what the senator calls the “Obama/Clinton foreign policy” after President Obama’s address concerning the U.S.’s plan combating ISIL.

“The reason I call it the Obama/Clinton foreign policy is because they are intertwined,” Cruz said. “She was his Secretary of State. She was charged with implementing the strategy of “leading from behind,” which in effect featured the United States withdrawing from leadership in the world and created a vacuum into which these players have stepped,” Cruz said.

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