Hillary Clinton delivered what she referred to as a major speech to lay out her plan on foreign policy Thursday.
Instead, one topic dominated the speech --- and news coverage following her remarks. She seemingly couldn't stop talking about Donald Trump.
"She's a former Secretary of State. She knows all the players. She should be able to . . . lay out her plan of what she would do, what would her foreign policy be as Commander-in-Chief," said Mike Broomhead, in for Glenn Friday on The Glenn Beck Program.
Clinton mentioned Trump 62 times.
"There's your foreign policy speech from the former Secretary of State. It was an anti-Donald Trump infomercial," Mike said.
With everything happening around the world today, Clinton should be equipped to seize an opportunity like this.
"If there is one way to bolster support from the American people, it would be in a foreign policy speech from a woman who was the Secretary of State. You would think hands down she would be the foreign policy leader," Mike said. "I don't understand the plan. I don't understand the plan behind doing any of this."
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Featured Image: Democratic presidential candidate former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers a national security address on June 2, 2016 in San Diego, California. With less than one week to go before the California presidential primary, Hillary Clinton delivered a major national security address as she campaigns in Southern California. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)