Sen. Bernie Sanders sharply questioned the foreign policy judgment of Hillary Clinton, pointing to his rival’s 2002 support of the Iraq War, the Washington Post reports.
Said Sanders: “It is fair to say, that in terms of experience, Hillary Clinton was secretary of state for four years, so that gives her a lot of experience, no debate about that. But there is a difference between experience and judgment. The most important foreign policy vote in the modern history of this country took place in 2002.”
He added: “Dick Cheney had a lot of experience. A whole lot of people have experience but do not necessarily have the right judgment. I think I have the right judgment to conduct sensible foreign policy.”Save to Favorites