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From the Will Rogers quote, \x34All politics is applesauce.\x34
GOP’s trumped-up Benghazi scandal hasn’t tarnished Hillary Clinton
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If Republicans think their bogus Benghazi scandal will serve to render Hillary Clinton beatable in the 2016 presidential, which seems to be the principal purpose of this exercise of late, they had better think again.

I noted HERE yesterday that Clinton’s name was mentioned almost five times as often as President Obama’s in Wednesday’s House Oversight Committee hearing on Benghazi. The objective of the GOP scandal-mongers was clear: Bring Hillary down a peg or two or five.

But I’m betting that the next batch of polls measuring Clinton’s popularity will show that she remains far more well-liked among the American ...

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