Will: Asking If U.S. Power More Respected Today ‘a Devastating Question’ for Clinton

‘Is there any place in the world where American power is more respected and where the world is better off than it was when Mrs. Clinton became Secretary of State?’

WILL: "Or that I disagreed with him, because on two matters she not only agreed with him, but she was the main driver of this. One was the reset with Russia, which has now been subsequently busy dismembering a nation in the center of Europe, Ukraine. And also in Libya. An illegal, unwise intervention by the United States that has created a failed state in that region. It seems to me, and we’re going to have a repeat of 1980. In 1980, a week before the election, Ronald Reagan stands on the stage, and says, the American people, ask yourself the question, are you better off today than you were four years ago? In 2016, whoever the Republican nominee is going to be, is going to stand on that stage and ask the American people this. Is there any place in the world where American power is more respected and where the world is better off than it was when Mrs. Clinton became Secretary of State? It will be I think a devastating question."

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