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Politico report: Hillary inconsequential as Secretary of State
« on: December 11, 2013, 06:10:27 AM »
Politico Report: Hillary ‘Inconsequential’ as Secretary of State

10 December 2013   / 22 Comments   


 



Experts are re-evaluating Hillary Clinton’s effectiveness as secretary of state, saying she left little evidence of a lasting legacy and was notable for her unwillingness to take risks.

Though Clinton was widely praised in the media in the days and weeks immediately after she stepped down, comparisons with current Secretary of State John Kerry have prompted growing questions about her leadership, reports Politico Magazine.

“Hillary was risk-averse; Kerry isn’t. He’s risk-ready,” Aaron David Miller, former Middle East peace negotiator for five presidents and scholar at the Wilson Center, told Politico. He suggests that political maneuvering for the 2016 presidential election “explains partly why she didn’t own a single issue of consequence.”

“She was a fine secstate but not consequential,” Miller said.

Republicans continue to criticize the former first lady for her handling of the 2012 Benghazi attacks, but overall, experts from both parties agree her service was of little consequence, according to the magazine.

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