Romney Blasts Clinton's Years as Secretary of State: 'Not Good for U.S.'
Mitt Romney blasted Hillary Clinton in a recent interview for refusing to label Boko Haram a terrorist organization while she was secretary of State. In April, the Islamist group abducted hundreds of Nigerian schoolgirls.
Romney said, “This is after all the ... evidence of her leadership capacity. And frankly, the four years that she served as Secretary of State were not good years for the United States of America abroad.”
The former Massachusetts governor went on to say that it’s hard to think of a nation that respects the U.S. more today than they did before the Obama administration.
Today on The Real Story, Fox News contributor Alan Colmes said, “Mitt Romney still comes off very bitter that he lost the election.”
Colmes believes there’s an effort on the right to intimidate Hillary Clinton so she won’t run for president in 2016.
Syndicated radio host Mike Gallagher thinks questions about Clinton are fair game. However, he doesn’t think Clinton will make a White House run.
Between this criticism and the Benghazi attack, Gallagher said, “I don’t think she’s going to be able to withstand the scrutiny of her tenure as Secretary of State.”