Kinzinger: Obama’s Foreign Policy Is ‘Lazy at Best and Dangerous at Worst’
MACCALLUM: "I want to also ask you about the NATO Secretary General, Jens Stoltenberg, who coming to the White House -- rather coming to Washington not coming to the White House. Why would the president -- and Josh Earnest sort of laughed this off when Ed Henry asked him the question. He said, 'Oh, no, that is ridiculous. Of course we’re talking to him.' But then he went on to say, no, we’re not meeting with him. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have a great relationship with him. How do you read that?"
KINZINGER: "Look, I don’t know. Everything that happens it's like we’ve descended into a worse foreign policy than I ever thought we could get to. And now even the impression -- look, the president is not too busy to meet with the secretary general. This is a very important man. It's like everything that happens is sending a message to the Russians that we don’t want to send. Literally, Vladmir Putin is probably sitting there today in Moscow going, 'Are you kidding me? The president of the United States did not meet with the secretary general of NATO?"
MACCALLUM: "Yes, what did this man do? Did he tick somebody off? I don’t know what he would have done to not be worth, worthy of a meeting with president of the United States. It is pretty mind boggling."
KINZINGER: "The president’s foreign policy is lazy at best and dangerous at worst."