‘Free Beacon’ Montage: ‘The Obama-Clinton Foreign Policy’

‘I want the country to appreciate just what an extraordinary role she’s played during the course of my administration’

The Obama-Clinton Foreign Policy (Washington Free Beacon)

Right before she stepped down in 2013, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama sat side-by-side for a gushy interview with CBS’ Steve Kroft, mostly to discuss how much they thought of one another.

Kroft was happy to play along, providing softball questions about their best achievements and how they got along after their brutal 2008 primary fight for the Democratic nomination. Obama took care to say Clinton was a close friend, top adviser, and responsible for many of their foreign policy successes.

Fast-forward to this year, where Clinton has steadily tried to distance herself from Obama’s disastrous foreign policy track record as she appears to make another bid for the presidency.

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