Marie Harf: ‘I’m Not Exactly Sure What “Lose” Means’

‘The ultimate answer is what we’re doing’

Marie Harf: ‘I’m Not Exactly Sure What ‘Lose’ Means’ (The Washington Free Beacon)

Deputy spokesperson Marie Harf does not understand what it means to lose.

Fox News’ Megyn Kelly asked Harf to comment on General Keane’s statement that if President Obama does not put U.S. ground troops in Iraq, we are going to lose.

“I’m not exactly sure what ‘lose’ means,” Harf said.

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