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So without further ado, here’s what we’re reading, Wednesday, October 14, 2015.
Surprise! Hillary Clinton blames her campaign staff for her email scandal problems.
“I am having two problems,” she bluntly told the supporter at a social event. “On the one hand, I feel like I’m rolling out a lot of substantive programs on issues that people care about. We’re getting one day’s news coverage. But there’s nothing larger knitting it together. We’re not breaking through. … And my team needs to get their act together on the email response.”
Clinton’s frustration with her own campaign staff was striking.
Everyone else already knows that Iran is never going to be the foreign policy legacy that Obama hopes it will be… why can’t he seem to grasp this?
The National Security wing of the Obama administration is growing more and more frustrated with the President’s handling of our relationship with Russia.
“Vladimir Putin’s intervention in Syria is creating new rifts inside an exhausted and in some cases demoralized Obama national security team…”
The Obama administration is also losing hope that they can fulfill his most prolific campaign promise. It just doesn’t seem like he’ll actually be able to “bring the troops home” before the end of his presidency.
The “good guys” in Syria are being pushed to take drastic actions as they plan suicide attacks on the Russian troops that they are now fighting against. This can’t end well for anyone.
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