“If Mrs. Clinton remains politically active, people will want to know what her advice was on the subject,” said Sen. Jeff Sessions (Ala.), a senior Republican on the Senate Armed Services Committee.Asking Clinton what she thinks about issues of policy is absolutely fair game, should she decide to run for president, which she has not yet done. Demanding to know what was said at a private lunch between the president and his former secretary of state because it must surely have been suspicious and bad is another thing entirely. The White House has said it will not provide a readout of the lunch, because, again, private.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, said questions about the meeting are fair game.
“It’s fair game to ask her, “Did she know about this, what does she think about it, does she agree with the decision to withdraw troops in 2016?” he said. “These are all really good questions potential candidates for president need to answer.
Republican desperation to put Hillary Clinton into the middle of every scandal they're trying to manufacture is already stale and ridiculous. Imagine what it's going to be in a year. But meanwhile: #Bergdahl! #Bergghazi! #Bengdahl!