NFL commentator Terry Bradshaw says he doesn't like Hillary Clinton, thinks that more people might like her if she told the truth more often, and if she does run for president she will have to answer for Benghazi.
Sitting down with the hosts of Fox News' "Out Numbered" on Wednesday, the four-time Super Bowl champion was asked by co-anchor Andrea Tantaros what he thought of Clinton and her current tour to promote her new book, "Hard Choices," Gawker reported
"Simple question: Do you trust Hillary Clinton?" she asked.
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"Um, not really – don’t particularly like her. Never have," he responded.
It was clear Bradshaw was choosing his words carefully as he continued.
"I always say this, if you tell the truth, you don’t have to worry about covering up some other story. The truth sets you free. Just tell the truth. And now you can hang it – you’ll never forget it, and it becomes your foundation . . . If she's going to decide to run for president, she's going to have to answer to the Benghazi deal."
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, he criticized the Obama administration and then-Secretary of State Clinton for sending National Security Advisor Susan Rice on several Sunday morning talk shows shortly after the attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya, to bill it as retaliation for a YouTube video that criticized Muslims.
"Did anybody buy that?" he said of Rice's talking points.
He expressed concern with any administration that would advise Rice to propagate such a story, and the hosts of the show agreed.
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