Clinton, Biden back away from Obama on Bergdahl affair

By KTTH | June 5, 2014
Hillary Rodham Clinton, Joe Biden

The scandals surrounding Barack Obama are getting so stinky that even his most loyal subjects are beginning to step away, is reporting.

Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden are among the heaviest hitters – and two people with serious ambitions of running for president in 2016 – deserting Obama after he traded reputed deserter Bowe Bergdahl for five dangerous Taliban terrorists.

TruthRevolt has the facts:

While Vice President Joe Biden was neutral on the prisoner swap, Obama and two top White House advisers, then-national security adviser Thomas Donilon and his deputy Denis McDonough, were all in favor, one official said. Donilon resigned a year ago, but McDonough went on to become Obama’s chief of staff.

Meanwhile, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is walking back her support of the swap, now that there’s so much controversy. Getting some help from her friends in the media, CNN reported that Clinton wanted a “tougher deal.”

Read the whole report here. 

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