I love her, but yesterday, here’s the exchange traded between Mrs. Clinton and North Korea:
Mrs. Clinton: â€œMaybe itâ€™s the mother in me, [but] the experience Iâ€™ve had with small children and teenagers and people who are demanding attention: Donâ€™t give it to them.â€
North Korea: â€œWe cannot but regard Mrs. Clinton as a funny lady as she likes to utter such rhetoric, unaware of the elementary etiquette in the international community. Sometimes she looks like a primary schoolgirl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping.â€
I know North Korea is looney, but how is it a good idea to say that publicly, especially when we’re trying negotiate the return of two American journalists sentenced to 12 years of hard labor? Is this a secret way to get them to show their cards in the nuclear disarmament process? Politicians have to analyze up and down the possible positive and negative effects whatever they say to the press, If she said this out of losing her temper, ugh, I love her, but I’d say no global leader post for you. Here’s the article.