serve only one term. But in a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, she suggested it was possible — if “unlikely” — that she would stay in the post a bit longer.Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has said she will
“A lot of people have talked to me about staying,” Mrs. Clinton said, declining to be more specific. When asked if current events will force her departure date to slip, she said it was “unlikely,” but for the first time left open that possibility for the short term.One of the most popular and respected members of the Obama administration, Clinton faces the possibility that her legacy will be marred by the attacks in Benghazi and questions about diplomatic security. She has taken full responsibility for any security lapses and defended the administration’s sometimes confusing accounts of what happened, saying, “Everyone who spoke tried to give the information they had.”
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Is you is? Or is you ain't?
I guess that depends on what your definition of is...is. Maybe Bill can help her clarify her intentions. Personally, I hope Mitt Romney settles the question permanently.
Author Prime at 1:07 PM