In what will be a rerun of 2008, Hillary Clinton will fail in her bid for the White House — because her resume of accomplishments is empty, says Daniel Greenfield, a columnist with Frontpage magazine.
"She's a weak candidate. She hasn't actually accomplished anything," Greenfield told "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.
"People are looking at Hillary's term as secretary of state and they can't find anything that she actually did," he said Tuesday.
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To cover that lack of substance, Greenfield says, Clinton has been accepting a series of splashy but meaningless awards.
"She has to get all these awards, she has to make herself look like she's [an] incredibly accomplished and important person, when really nobody can point to anything that she actually did of accomplishment," he said.
"It's absolutely ridiculous. The bar association gave her an award for immense accomplishments, [but] as I'm aware, they didn't bother to actually define those …
"She's gotten a whole bunch of awards just basically for showing up. If she says something … that a disease is bad, right away, they give her an award for fighting the disease."
Greenfield says Clinton will "absolutely" face a primary challenge as the 2016 presidential race heats up — and will lose.
"The main point of attack, again, is that a candidate running against her can stand for something while she goes on standing for nothing," he said.
"[President Barack] Obama ran to the left of her, and he beat her on just that because he actually staked out some positions. He sold out most of those positions, but he actually did stake them out.
"Hillary doesn't really stake out positions. She recites clichés and expects everybody to honor her because she's Hillary."
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