Columnist Charles Krauthammer said that “we ought to have a dictionary of Clintonism” after seeing Bill Clinton’s interview with NBC on Monday’s “Special Report” on the Fox News Channel.
Krauthammer said, in reaction to Clinton saying the foundation did nothing “knowingly inappropriate,” “I love the phrase ‘knowingly inappropriate.’ Do you know any normal person who says, ‘I didn’t do anything knowingly inappropriate.’ You say, ‘I didn’t do anything inappropriate.’ This is classic Clinton speech. Somebody ought to make a dictionary. We have a dictionary of Klingon, we ought to have a dictionary of Clintonism. This is how they parse, this is how they dodge. And then he says there’s a deliberate attempt to take us down, no facts known now that were not known in ’08? That’s absolutely untrue. The allegations are about what happened since ’08, when she was Secretary of State.”
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