Haass: No ‘Correlation’ Between Clinton’s Judgment on Emails and Judgment as Commander-in-Chief

‘I don’t think we learned a lot about what these people would bring to the position of commander in chief’

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HAASS: "Let me start with the night. I found it frustrated. I don’t think we learned a lot about what these people would bring to the position of commander in chief. What did they learn from history? What, for example, other decisions the previous commanders in chief made. I came away with no greater insight on what they would do differently in Syria. I don’t think we know the answer to something like that. I found it a frustrating eepg. I thought Mrs. Clinton had a rough start. The ten minutes on the e-mails is not where she wanted to go. Her potential judgment as commander in chief. And then I thought for Donald Trump, as you se, he spoke at a level of generality. At 36,000 feet. We didn’t, again, learn what he would actually bring to the job."

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