On Sunday, The Atlantic came out with an interview of Hillary Clinton which was conducted by Jeffrey Goldberg.
The highlights of the interview was Hillary’s criticism of the Obama Administration’s failure to back the Syrian rebels early on and its failure to prevent the rise of ISIS in Iraq and also gave a staunch defense of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Operation Protective Edge in Gaza.
While Hillary’s critique of the Obama Administration is spot on it does lack a certain credibility. It’s not as if she is a detached observer. As President Obama’s Secretary of State for four years, she was instrumental in the development of very policies she now sees fit to criticize. Let us not forget that it was Hillary who once called Bashar Assad a reformer and ripped Netanyahu every way possible. She also once stated that Israel lacked “empathy” and “generosity” towards the Palestinians.
Would Hillary criticize the Obama Administration so publicly if she wasn’t planning on running for President?
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