As Hillary Clinton’s delegate count continues to soar as the primary season progresses, it appears more and more likely that she will be the Democratic nominee. As such, conservative figureheads and pundits will now be shifting much of their attention away from the infighting within the Republican Party and focus more on the policy mistakes Clinton made throughout her political career. Rudy Giuliani has been a vocal critic of the Obama Administration’s foreign policy, especially that pertaining to the Middle East. Giuliani did not hesitate to call out Hillary Clinton for her role in the Obama Administration’s failed Middle Eastern policy, arguing that she can be deemed as one of ISIS’s founding members.
Giuliani, while speaking with Bill O’Reilly, claimed that Hillary had her chance to make a positive impact on the United States’ foreign policy when she served as Secretary of State. He furthered that she failed to show any leadership against global terror threats, as she was “part of an administration that withdrew from Iraq.”
“Hillary Clinton could be considered a founding member of ISIS,” said the former mayor of New York City, attributing ISIS’s rise to the United States’ rapid exit from Iraq. Many believe that ISIS was able to garner power in the region as a direct result of the power vacuum created when the United States packed up and left Iraq without any semblance of a strong government.
O’Reilly then asked Giuliani if he was supporting Trump for the nomination, given his sentiments regarding ISIS and the Middle East at large, however he declined to comment.
Do you agree with Giuliani that Hillary is a founding member of ISIS?