She sticks her wet finger in the air and goes where the wind takes her.
Despite seeing global foreign policy dangers as the Democratic
nominee for president, Hillary Clinton did not view North Korea or
Russia as a threat to the United States in 2013, according to speeches
released by WikiLeaks.
In a presentation to the National Multi-Housing Council on Apr. 24,
2013, Clinton responded to a question, “How afraid should we be of North
Korea?” by saying: “You know, right now, it’s not a direct threat to
the United States. It is, however, a threat to our treaty allies in
South Korea and Japan.
It is also a source of instability on the Korean
peninsula that could have, you know, ramifications for the region and
our interests in the region.”