In a recent interview with The Atlantic, Hillary Clinton criticized President Barack Obama's foreign policy, suggesting he has been too cautious in taking action.

In the interview, she stated, “Great nations need organizing principles, and ‘Don’t do stupid stuff’ is not an organizing principle,”

On America's Newsroom today, Martha MacCallum was joined by Ed Rollins, Joe Trippi and Capt. Chuck Nash (Ret.) to discuss Clinton's negative assessment of the president's foreign policy and how her policies might differ.

Trippi said this is Clinton positioning herself for a presidential run and drawing a distinction between herself and Obama.

Rollins declared that Obama has been the weakest and least consistent president ever and that our country needs a stronger, more defined foreign policy.

"We are the mightiest nation in the world economically, politically and militarily, and I think he is projecting nothing but weakness," he said. "There's no reason for the terrorists ... to be afraid of us."

Rollins added that our lack of direct military presence and troops on the ground contributed to the rise of ISIS in Iraq.

Trippi concluded that Clinton is striking a middle ground between George W. Bush's aggressive foreign policy and Obama's hands-off attitude. "It's not an either/or situation here," he said.

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