Hillary Clinton is, not surprisingly, once again, lying, this is the lie about her foreign policy experience:
On the stump, Clinton takes credit for helping to bring peace between warring Catholics and Protestants in Northern Ireland. George Mitchell, the former Maine senator who helped negotiate the peace agreements, has said that Clinton's visits to the region and meetings with female activists there were "very helpful" in the peace efforts.
But one of the key Irish negotiators last week called Clinton's description of her role in the process a "wee bit silly."
"I don't know there was much she did apart from accompanying Bill (Clinton) going around," David Trimble told Belfast's Daily Telegraph.
Trimble, the former leader of the Ulster Unionist Party, and John Hume, leader of the nationalist Social Democratic Labour Party, shared the 1998 Nobel Peace Prize for their roles in the peace process. "I don't want to rain on the thing for her, but being a cheerleader for something is slightly different from being a principal player," Trimble said.
Cheerleaders may not be important over in war-torn Belfast, sir, but here in America, when phone calls come at 3 in the morning, cheerleaders answer them! With a cheer!