O’Reilly: If She Wants to Be President, Clinton Cannot 'Embrace' Obama Policy
In tonight’s Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly explained that Democrats are split over President Barack Obama’s troubles abroad.
O’Reilly said that the major problem with Obama’s foreign policy is that he doesn’t anticipate problems, then seems paralyzed when they arise.
The crisis in Iraq has deeply embarrassed the Obama administration, O’Reilly said. U.S. air power and military advisors are trying to blunt the terrorists' advance, but this should have been done a long time ago, he said.
Democratic “fat cats” are attending a big party on Martha’s Vineyard tonight. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who recently hammered the president over foreign policy, is attending. She says she will hug Obama at the party.
“Talking Points will not comment or speculate on what could happen during that hug, but it is clear that if Hillary Clinton wants to be the next president, she cannot embrace – pardon the pun – President Obama's foreign policy,” O’Reilly said.
“The Factor” host said Clinton can either say nothing or distance herself from Obama, which will present problems for her because if Obama gets “teed off,” he can hurt her presidential chances.
Meanwhile, the far left has repudiated Clinton because they think she’s too conservative.
“And so the Democratic Party finds itself in an awkward position,” he said.
Watch the memo above.