Saturday, October 01, 2016

Congressman: Hillary’s ‘experience’ disqualifies her

'At every turn, Clinton was more concerned with politics than getting truth to American people'

The first words on Hillary Clinton’s campaign website about her are boasts of her experience as senator, secretary of state, first lady, law professor and “activist.”

She raised the subject at the first presidential debate on Monday night, noting the 112 countries she visited as secretary of state.

But it’s that very experience that disqualifies her from the presidency, contends a congressman in a newspaper op-ed published Tuesday, hours after the debate.

U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, a member of the Benghazi Select Commission and the chief of the House Freedom Caucus, said the Benghazi calamity, an issue moderator Lester Holt did not raise, showed Clinton is willing to make decisions and take actions based not on what’s best for America, but on politics.



Anonymous said...

She cannot be trusted to put us before herself.

Anonymous said...

This proves she is nothing more than a political figure , she was on vacation in 112 countries , reminds me of obama so much. Remember , obama had exactly no experience for becoming the president , he was black , hillary is a woman , at least she claims that. I do not recognize has my president and never have , I will never capitalize his name , hillary the same .

Anonymous said...

How many of those visits were "rewarded" with a generous donation or invitation for her husband to speak later, or both?