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Hillary Clinton 'Proud' of Benghazi Accomplishments Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, May 27, 2014, 08:12 PM

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is boasting in her memoirs that she made the right decisions on her 'Hard Choices' when responding to the Benghazi terrorist attacks that killed four innocent Americans at a U.S. Consulate based in Libya.

The Houston Chronicle reports that, "Hillary Rodham Clinton writes in her new book that she wishes she could have made different, unspecified decisions as President Barack Obama's secretary of state but remains proud of her accomplishments as the nation's top diplomat, according to excerpts released Tuesday".

Hillary is quoted as saying that, "As is usually the case with the benefit of hindsight, I wish we could go back and revisit certain choices. But I'm proud of what we accomplished. This century began traumatically for our country, with the terrorist attacks on 9/11, the long wars that followed, and the Great Recession. We needed to do better, and I believe we did."

According to the Houston Chronicle, "The potential 2016 Democratic presidential candidate writes in an author's note from her upcoming book, "Hard Choices," that her time at the State Department taught her about the nation's "exceptional strengths and what it will take for us to compete and thrive at home and abroad."

Clinton insists, "What difference does it make" that four Americans were brutally slaughtered by radical Islamist jihadists.

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