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Lindsey Graham Calls Clinton Listening Tour 'Something Out Of North Korea'

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Sen. Lindsey Graham with a lame attempt at some humor at this Saturday's New Hampshire Republican Leadership Summit: Lindsey Graham: Clinton campaign tour 'something out of North Korea':

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) mocked Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign rollout on Saturday, joking that her bid to connect with those in early-voting states made her look like a supreme leader.

"This listening tour is something out of North Korea," Graham, who is expected to launch his own White House bid, said to laughs at the start of his speech at the First In the Nation leadership summit in New Hampshire.

" 'Would you like to meet the dear leader and ask him anything you would like?' " Graham mocked. " 'If you want to meet her, you better be able to run 35 miles per hour.' "

"How does she get away with this? I don't know," Graham said, joking that Clinton wasn't invited to the two-day GOP confab because "you can ask questions."

Clinton spent her first days since announcing a White House bid on the road to Iowa this week, meeting with activists in coffee shops and at roundtable discussions along the way. She will head to visit New Hampshire on Monday.

During his speech, Graham tried to cast Clinton as President Obama's third term and the "architect of his foreign policy," which he blasted. He also offered harsh words for Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry. Read on...


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