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On Thursday, Hillary Clinton joined the ranks of those criticizing President Trump for his dealings with Vladimir Putin.
At the Helsinki summit earlier this week, Putin had an unusual request for Trump:
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“This kind of effort should be a mutual one. Then we would expect that the Americans would reciprocate, and that they would question officials, including the officers of law enforcement and intelligence service of the United States, whom we believe are — who have something to do with illegal actions on the territory of Russia, and we have to — to request the presence of our law enforcement.”
In other words, Putin asked Trump if Russia would be allowed to question U.S. intelligence officials believed to be involved in illegal operations in Russia, especially illegal financial operations.
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Trump called the offer “incredible” but did not immediately accept or reject the offer–prompting Clinton to attack the president with an accusatory tweet.
“To see the White House even hesitate to defend a diplomat is deeply troubling,” she wrote.
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Um. Benghazi, anyone?
When a coordinated attack was launched against U.S. government buildings in Benghazi, Libya on Sept. 11, 2012, Clinton was secretary of state and she completely failed at her duty to defend a U.S. diplomat.
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Do you think Hillary should be called out more strongly for this hypocrisy?
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In 2016, four years after the attack, Greg Hicks, former Deputy Chief of Mission for Libya spoke about Clinton’s failure:
“The Benghazi Committee’s report graphically illustrates the magnitude of her failure. It states that during August 2012, the State Department reduced the number of U.S. security personnel assigned to the Embassy in Tripoli from 34 (1.5 security officers per diplomat) to 6 (1...
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