The topics of discussion before the House Foreign Affairs committee ranged from the $900 million in aid pledged to Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza to Dick Cheney's claim that classified documents prove the Bush administration's interrogation methods on suspected terrorists yielded vital intelligence.
"Well, it won't surprise you that I don't consider him a particularly reliable source of information," Clinton said of the former vice president.
Um...He was the Vice-President of the United States. If Cheney isn't reliable, who is? Where is her proof that he isn't reliable?
That statement makes absolutely no sense to me.