Rudy Giuliani Unloads on Hillary- "What's Her Experience?"

Rudy and Judy Giuliani were interviewed by Sean Hannity on Tuesday.
Rudy Giuliani unloaded on Hillary’s lack of experience:

“Honestly, I don’t know Hillary’s experience. She’s never run a city. She’s never run a state. She’s never run a business. She’s never met a payroll. She’s never been responsible for the safety and security of millions of people… So I’m trying to figure out where the experience is.”

Rudy blasts the leading Democratic nominee:

** A longer version of the interview is YouTubed HERE.
Rudy also talked about Hillary’s positions on a nuclear Iran and her attacks on the military:

Rudy: “The level of ambiguity here portrays someone who is not secure about some of her stands. How many positions have we had on Iraq? Six. We had her condemning Obama who said he’d talk to Iran without preconditions and now she says she will talk to Iran without preconditions. There’s a shifting of positions and an ambiguity here that indicates that there isn’t a firm ground that you need. So when you have this instinct of you don’t really know what to say about Iran, you don’t really know if you should be for or against or how firm you should be if they have nuclear weapons, that’s a dangerous tendency I think for somebody who aspires to take on a position where you must be decisive.”

Hannity: You were upset with Hillary on the way she treated General Petraeus.

Rudy: Yes I was… and Hillary on the same day, now I don’t know if they planned this together or if this was coincidental, having been a former US Attorney I’m not all that big on coincidences. attacks General Petraeus, calls him General Betray Us, and she attacks him in the “willful suspension of disbelief” which is a Clintonianism for regular people who talk straight with each other who say that means you called him a liar. I think she has some nerve, calling an American general, a commander of our troops who is putting his life at risk for this country, who some democrats are saying is doing a good job, I think she has some nerve attacking the man on his character.

You can attack positions you just don’t attack character. Now these people have been doing it in politics for a long time. And, I think they’ve finally gotten caught and they’ve finally gone too far and I think the American people are really disgusted by that.

It’s about time people caught on to the democratic/Clintonian smear machine.

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