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This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com U.S. escalates Syria crisis with confirmation of chemical weapons Bill Clinton slams Barack Obama for Syria leadership failures Qusair battle turns Sunni Arab people and nations against Hezbollah Congressmen whine because Obamacare applies to them U.S. Show More Summary
Former president Bill Clinton criticized President Obama on Thursday for his inaction in regard to Syria. This step seems extraordinary and surely has something to do with positioning Hillary Clinton to run as a more hawkish New Democrat against anyone in the Obama circle in 2016. As Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton appears to have [...]
At a recent closed-door event (where remarks were recorded, of course), Bill Clinton reportedly said President Obama risks looking like a “wuss” and a “fool” for staying on the sidelines in Syria. John McCain, who never met a war he didn’t want to mong (H/T Jim, Foolish Literalist), angrily attended that same event and angrily [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.
Bill Clinton criticized President Obama’s inaction on Syria today, joining the chorus of voices like Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey...
Washington (CNN) – President Barack Obama - said to be weighing whether or not to send lethal weapons to Syrian rebels - will not decide on further American involvement in the country's civil war with his critics' opinions in mind, the White House said Thursday. The pushback came as a response to comments made by […]
The White House insisted Thursday that it welcomed former President Bill Clinton's remarks on Syria -- even as it largely dismissed them. Politico reported today that Clinton at a closed press event told Sen. John McCain "he agrees that Obama...
In a rare split over foreign policy, former President Bill Clinton said President Obama risks looking like a "total wuss" if he lets public and political opposition to intervening in Syria dissuade him from taking decisive action to help rebels topple the Assad regime. Show More Summary
With the body count mounting in Syria, Bill Clinton has joined the chorus calling for American intervention, in what some are seeing as a sharp turn away from the White House. At a closed-to-the-press event on Tuesday night, Clinton sided with John McCain—the Obama administration's biggest critic on Syria...
Bill Clinton told Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) that Obama risks looking like a “total fool” if he does not do more to help rebels in Syria. Clinton made the comments during a private discussion at an event hosted by the McCain Institute for International Leadership in Manhattan. Show More Summary
It’s not the least bit surprising, but Bill Clinton wants the U.S. …
Former President Bill Clinton warns that President Barack Obama could look like a “wuss” — and even worse — on Syria if he doesn’t do more on the crisis. John Avlon: In sharp remarks directed against his Democratic successor and his wife’s former boss, President Bill Clinton said Tuesday that President Barack Obama risks looking [...]
Former President Bill Clinton, speaking about White House inaction on Syria, told Sen John McCain (R-AZ) during a closed-press event (recorded by an attendee): “Sometimes it’s best to get caught trying, as long as you don’t over-commit – like, as long as you don’t make an improvident commitment.” Clinton repeatedly said it would be “lame” to [...]
Bill Clinton told Sen. John McCain he agrees that President Barack Obama should act more forcefully to support anti-Assad rebels in Syria, saying the American public elects presidents and members of Congress “to see down the road” and “to win.” At another point during a closed-press event Tuesday, Clinton implied that Obama or any president [...]
Comments were made at a private speaking engagement Tuesday night.
Hillary fully steps out of Bill Clinton’s shadow… But a reminder how Bill can immediately grab headlines: Politico reports on how he disagrees with Obama on Syria… Social conservatives gather in DC… Why Republicans are struggling when talking about abor …
Speaking at a closed press event for the McCain Institute for International Leadership in Manhattan Tuesday night, former President Bill Clinton warned President Obama that he could risk looking like a "total fool" and a "wuss" if he remained too cautious in his approach toward Syria. Americans "hire you to win," he explained.
Bill Clinton told Sen. McCain (R-Ariz.) during a discussion at he McCain Institute for International Leadership that he thinks Obama should be doing more to support the rebels in Syria, adding hat the president could end up looking like “a total fool.” The U.N. Show More Summary
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