|Hillary Clinton Refuses 'No Spy Agreement' with Germany|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Jun 16, 2014, 10:07 PM|
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton angered the entire nation of Germany by refusing to support a "no spy agreement" with one of the USA's most supportive allies.
The Voice of Russia reports that, "Clinton, meanwhile, said she understood Germany's anger at revelations that the US Natural Security Agency (NSA) had listened into Merkel's mobile phone as part of its large scale surveillance of electronic communications in Germany, America's close ally."
Hillary is quoted as saying that, ""It wouldn't be flexible enough. I don't think a written treaty is the right way to do it - and it shouldn't be necessary in the first place."
Hillary enraged Germans by depicting them as "inflexible," which could be deemed a politically incorrect stereotype of the German people.
The former Secretary of State continues to stumble with gaffes on her "Hard Choices" globetrotting book tour.
To read the entire article from the Voice of Russia, link here:
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