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Obama Claims To Have 'Avoid Errors' on Benghazi Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Mon, Apr 28, 2014, 07:40 PM

While visiting Manila, Philippines, President Barry Obama insisted that he has led brilliant foreign policy directives by touting Hillary Clinton's 'Reset on Russia' and 'Pivot to Asia.' He even claimed that he had "avoid errors" on the Benghazi terrrorist attack when radical Islamist jihadists killed four innocent Americans.

The Houston Chronicle reports that, "President Barack Obama vigorously defended his foreign policy record Monday, arguing that his cautious approach to global problems has avoided the type of missteps that contributed to a "disastrous" decade of war for the United States."

Obama praised former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for leading the foreign policy team in his first term in the White House and defended the sitting Secretary of State John Kerry for comparing Israel to the South African apartheid era.

According to the Houston Chronicle, "Obama's expansive comments came at the end of a weeklong Asia trip that exposed growing White House frustration with critics who cast the president as weak and ineffectual on the world stage. The president and his advisers get particularly irked by those who seize on Obama's decision to pull back from a military strike in Syria and link it with virtually every other foreign policy challenge, from Russia's threatening moves in Ukraine to China's increasing assertiveness in Asia's territorial disputes."

Yes indeed, to understand to understand Obama foreign policy, just take a look at Hillary Clinton.

To read the entire article from the Houston Chronicle, link here:

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