1. ADIEU

    Clinton: Benghazi Was Low Point

    Clinton speaking on Thursday. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty)

    So long, Hillary. At least we’ll always have the memories—and “Texts From Hillary.” The secretary of state will leave office Friday—but not before she told the Associated Press that the attack in Benghazi, Libya, was one of her lowest moments in her diplomatic career. Clinton accused the critics who condemned her handling of the crisis as not living in an “evidence-based world.” Despite the harsh disparagement from Republicans after the Benghazi attack, she suggested that it will not affect any future political decisions. (Hint: Hillary in ’16?) John Kerry will replace Clinton at the State Department on Friday.

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