Published January 07, 2013
| New York Post
Any fawning story about Hillary Rodham Clinton is obliged to declare her the “most widely traveled secretary of state in American history.”
A gusher Saturday in The New York Times did just that, but quietly inserted the facts later. Near the end, it mentioned that, while Clinton visited the most countries, 112, Condoleezza Rice actually logged more than 1 million miles on the job, 50,000 more than Saint Hillary.
That makes Rice the champ because “most traveled” should mean most miles. But apparently facts don’t count if the winner is a black conservative.
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