Krauthammer: Benghazi 'Won't Even Be an Issue' in Hillary's 2016 Run for Democratic Nomination

Washington Post columnist Charles Krauthammer on whether or not the 2012 on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi will be an issue in former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s potential run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2016 on Thursday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel:

“It won't in the primary,” Krauthammer said. “It won't even be an issue. I think the status she enjoys among Democrats is semi-divine. It’s not going to be a coronation. It’s going to be a worship service. And it will go on for about six or eight months. I don't think there is any serious challenger. There might be noise, but I don't even think that the left that we have talked about is that the significant. It’s a noisy left. But, if don't see any impediment on the way to her nomination. But I think she is going to be rather weak if she decides to run, which I think she is likely. She will be a relatively weak opponent. And Republicans, I think, are going to have a really good shot at the White House.”

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