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VIDEO: What Does NFL Legend Terry Bradshaw Think About Hillary Clinton?

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Posted: June 23, 2014

NFL legendary quarterback and current FOX NFL Sunday Co-host Terry Bradshaw was on FOX News recently.
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During his appearance, discussions turned to whether Bradshaw trusts Hillary Clinton, who is currently seen as the frontrunner for the Democrat Party’s nomination for president in 2016, despite her failing book tour.

Here is what Bradshaw had to say when asked if he likes Hillary Clinton:

Um, not really– don’t particularly like her. Never have.

He added the following about the Benghazi terrorist attacks scandal:

“When the lady came out and said that it triggered all of this, what was it… Did anybody buy that? I sat there and just went, ‘someone told her to go out there and say this.’

Given Hillary building an entire career on telling lies — a deceitful career that started during the Watergate investigation! — it may be difficult for her to follow Bradshaw’s wise advice.

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