This is ironic, coming from two men who’ve demonstrated they know nothing about how to win a presidential race.

“Looking at her record, seeing how ineffective she was in securing more security, is going to be a great handicap for her in the general election,” said Romney. “I don’t think it’ll hurt her in the primary, but it will in the general.

“That picture of her with the foreign minister of Russia, smiling ear to ear with that red reset button, I presume that’s going to be an ad. Of all the miscalculations in foreign-policy history, that stands out as an unfortunate one.”

His former running mate also downplayed Clinton’s fall odds. “She’s beatable,” said Ryan. “Her assets are her name identification, her ability to fundraise, and her campaign experience. Her liabilities are policies and track record. She was one of the architects of the Obama foreign policy.

Granted, Hillary Clinton (and each and every other presidential candidate considering a run in 2016) is certainly beatable, but I find it hard to take electoral analysis from Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan, given neither has a sterling record when it comes to winning national elections.

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