I have news for Feinstein. While Dianne can’t come up with anything Hillary accomplished while a New York Senator, Hillary can’t come up with any of her accomplishments as Secretary of State. In the clip I dug up, take note that she takes full responsibility for the Foreign policy of the Administration, claiming Obama was “too busy” working on the economy. Here we go:
Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) struggled to name a single accomplishment from Hillary Clinton’s nearly decade-long tenure in the Senate when prompted by reporters.
Feinstein, who endorsed Clinton’s 2016 presidential run, worked alongside the former secretary of state in Congress for eight years. When pressed to name a “signature accomplishment” from Clinton’s time as senator, Feinstein drew a blank.
“Golly, I forget what bills she’s been part of or authored,” Feinstein told The San Francisco Chronicle earlier this week.
Feinstein met with The Chronicle’s editorial board Tuesday to outline her latest California water plan and told reporters the question about her longtime ally caught her off guard. She later directed an aide to “get on Google” so she could keep a list of Clinton’s senate successes.
(During her eight years in Congress, three bills that Clinton sponsored became law. The statutes were noncontroversial and established a historic site, a post office, and highway in New York.)
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At the Women of the World 2014 Summit in New York City on April 3, 2014, Hillary Clinton struggles to list concrete accomplishments during her tenure as Secretary of State.