The woman is drunk on her own press clippings.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivered a major foreign policy speech to the Brookings Institution yesterday, highlighting her record of diplomacy with Europe
“I must begin by being very frank,” Clinton said. “When President Obama and I came into office, this relationship was frayed.”
She added, “From day one, President Obama and I made clear that if we were going to make progress, we had to do the hard work of renewing and reinvigorating our partnerships around the world, and that began with Europe.”
Clinton praised America’s record of partnership with Europe rising to meet foreign policy challenges in Afghanistan, Libya, and Iran under her watch – even referring to the advances she had made since former President Bill Clinton’s administration.
It’s as if the George W. Bush administration never happened with these people. We’re wondering, does she and Obama also take credit for the economic calamities in Europe such as Greece and Spain? How about the record unemployment in the Eurozone? As to the foreign policy challenges in Afghanistan, Libya, and Iran, how are those working out these days?