I think Ambassador Stevens would disagree.

Via Free Beacon.

Asked by CNN’s Jake Tapper Tuesday if she viewed it as a challenge that she would have to convince voters that she would put national security above her own self-interest, Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton said that it was obvious.

“I think that is obvious. I always have,” she said.

It might not be given Clinton’s much-publicized email woes.

USA Today’s editorial board wrote Tuesday that Clinton’s use of a personal server had put national security at risk and had repeatedly ignored warnings from State Department officials:

If Clinton wants to become the president of the United States, she needs to explain how she could make such a reckless decision. She had a chance to answer questions when the Obama administration-appointed inspector general contacted her about the investigation that was released last week. Among five recent secretaries of State, only Clinton refused.

Clinton used the IG report to say other secretaries of state had used personal email addresses to conduct business at the State Department. She also claimed that the rules on the use of personal email had not been clarified until after she had left.


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  1. Shifra says:

    I think Hillary is just trying out some material for her new career as stand-up comedian after she loses the election.

  2. Alain41 says:

    Private Server reporting for duty.

  3. dennisl59 says:

    Let’s pretend for a moment that she’s interviewing for a job in the real world. The interviewer ALWAYS asks at one point or another for the applicant to speak, out loud and not read from their CV, specifically about three(3) things in their last job that were either:

    1) an individual accomplishment, like a industry/skill/trade certification, etc.
    2) improvements to the organization where money was saved or process improved for productivity of the team or company that could be measured by statistics.
    3) a specific customer or client situation that was saved or won by their direct action.

    These are all general topics, but you get the idea, right?

    Normal, successful professional people know what they’ve done and how to ‘tell the story’ to get the best impact and win the job.

    Hillary Clinton cannot, when challenged, do any of the above. Neither can her supporters.

    All she’s ever done was to marry Bill and birth a daughter, that’s it. Oh, she’s ‘qualified’ legally to be President, but she’s UNFIT to be President.

    posted 5/31 1000pm Texas[Against Trump]Time

  4. hektor says:

    I think she knows that the Clinton faithful and most if not all liberals couldn’t care less about Benghazi.

    • ROADHOG58 says:

      Sad but true Bernie was quite accurate when he said they don’t care about those damn
      e-mails. Loose lips actually do sink ships. The Battle of Midway and the Battle of the Atlantic were largely won through intelligence gathering.

  5. NeverSurrender says:

    She sounds like the mother who let her son fall into the gorilla enclosure.

  6. ROADHOG58 says:

    I handle classified data in my daily job and did throughout my military career. If I did what she did I would have been put in thumb screws. If she gets away with this Bradly Manning and Edward Snowden need to be let out of jail and all charges dropped respectively.

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