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Cohen:  Hillary Clinton dropped ball in Benghazi, will at home, too

Adiana Cohen,

Lydie Denier said it was love at first sight when she met Chris Stevens, the former U.S. ambassador killed in the Benghazi attacks.

“I thought, ‘Oh my God. He’s going to be the father of my children,’” the actress and author told me yesterday on Herald Radio.

Lydie has written a book honoring her former fiancé titled, “A Voice for Amb. J. Christopher Stevens.”

Sadly for Lydie, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was nowhere to be found
the night radical Islamic terrorists attacked the U.S. facility in Libya on Sept. 11, 2012.

Lydie said Stevens sent Clinton multiple requests for security prior to the deadly terror attack at the diplomatic facility in Benghazi, but they fell on deaf ears.

Recently, we may have learned why.   [...more]

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Hillary Clinton is a Failure at Fighting Terrorism

Charles Hurt,

She really should stick to lying.

Desperately trying to snatch attention away from Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton took a stab at some unvarnished “straight talk” Monday and accused the real estate mogul of “giving aid and comfort” to America’s enemies. In other words, “treason.”

Apparently, in her addled mind, wanting to secure our borders and aggressively vet people coming from known hot spots of virulent terrorism is a form of “giving aid and comfort” to radical Islamists. Okay. Seriously?

This from a woman who has been a cornerstone of the current administration’s foreign policy who failed to develop even the slightest strategy for fighting terrorism or, at the very least, keeping it off of America’s shores.    [...more]

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Deplorable Elites

Conrad Black,

While I have consistently dissented in this column and elsewhere from extreme versions of the anti-Trump barrage across the American and international media, he was not my first choice for the Republican nomination, and I have tried not to close the door prematurely on the election. The antics of the Democrats and their noisiest sympathizers in the last ten days have made any effort to retain a glimmer of hope that Mrs. Clinton might survive as election-worthy all the way to November 8 very challenging. Her reference to half of Donald Trump’s supporters as “deplorable” is now old news, but the analysis of the implications of the assertion has been threadbare in the almost unanimously anti-Trump media. Mrs. Clinton regretted that she had so described half of his supporters: her retraction was on her arithmetic, not her characterization of tens of millions of Americans.   [...more]