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Deneen Borelli on Hannity, Discussing Clinton Criticism of Obama

Deneen Borelli, full-time fellow of Project 21, and Sandra Smith of the Fox Business Network joined Sean Hannity on Hannity's June 30, 2010 broadcast to discuss the many ways the Obama Administration has dropped the ball in regard to the oil spill -- so much so, former President Bill Clinton has now joined the chorus of criticism.

As a side note, Media Matters posted a brief commentary about Deneen's comment in the above clip that Bill Clinton is "probably still upset because he's not First Lady." When I say "brief," I mean really brief, because it's not clear if Media Matters minded Deneen's comment (and if so, why), or if it just posted this on an FYI basis.

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