Fox News on Hillary Clinton's Age

  • Aired:  02/26/14
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Fox News commentators call attention to Hillary Clinton's age and argue that she might be too old to run for president in 2016. (4:01)

>> Stephen: WELCOME BACK,EVERYBODY, NATION, IF YOU

CHECK YOUR CALENDARS YOU WILLSEE THAT WE ARE A SCANT

986 DAYS AWAY FROM THE 2016PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

I AM FEELING PRETTY GOODABOUT THE GOP'S CHANCES.

WHILE THE DEMS ARE STUCKWITH HILLARY, THE

REPUBLICANS HAVE ANEMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES,

ALSO A LOT OF GREATCANDIDATES.

FOR INSTANCE, LOUISIANAGOVERNOR BOBBY JINDAL, I CAN

TO THE SAY ENOUGH GREATTHINGS ABOUT THIS GUY.

SO I WILL NOT START.

(LAUGHTER)THEN THERE'S SENATOR RAND

PAUL, MANY HAVE CALLED HIMCONSTITUTIONALLY ELIGIBLE TO

RUN FOR OFFICE.

AND OF COURSE AS ALWAYSCHRIS CHRISTIE, YES, YES

HE'S IN A BIT OF A ROUGHPATCH RIGHT NOW.

BUT BY 2016 I'M SURE THISWHOLE SCANDAL IS JUST GOING

TO BE A BUMP IN THE-- IMEAN-- I MEAN-- I MEAN THE

WHOLE THING'S JUST GOING TOBE WATER UNDER THE--

(LAUGHTER)BUT WHOEVER THEY RUN,

HILLARY WILL NOT BE THEUNSTOPPABLE SHE-GERNAUT

REPUBLICANS, FOR THE RECORD,DO NOT FEAR.

BECAUSE FOX NEWS HAS JUSTUNCOVERED A BOMBSHELL OF A

LIFETIME.

>> HILLARY CLINTON COULDFACE AN OBSTACLE THAT HAS

NOTHING TO DO WITH HERHUSBAND'S PAST OR EVEN HER

OWN.

HOWARD KURTZ LOOKS AT THECONTROVERSIAL QUESTION OF

HOW OLD IS TOO OLD.

>> THE AGE QUESTION ISGROWING LOUDER THAN JUST A

WHISPER.

RAISED BY FORMER CANDIDATE ANDNOW FOX NEWS HOST MIKE

HUCKABEE.

>> LOOK, IF SHE'S GOING TOBE AT AN AGE WHERE IT'S

GOING TO BE A CHALLENGE FORHER.

>> IF HILLARY CLINTON IS THEDEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR

PRESIDENT SHE'LL TURN 69JUST BEFORE THE ELECTION.

>> Stephen: THAT'S RIGHT,FOX NEWS IS READY TO PROJECT

THAT IN THE 2016PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION

HILLARY CLINTON WILL BE TWOYEARS OLDER.

(LAUGHTER)I MEAN COME ON!

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)>> Stephen: COME ON.

COME ON!

I MEAN 69, THAT IS OLD.

LIKE OLD, OLD.

WAY TOO OLD TO BE PRESIDENT.

I MEAN SHE'S GOING TO BEALMOST AS OLD AS RONALD

REAGAN WAS.

BUT REMEMBER THOSE WERE MANYEARS.

MEN AGE GRACEFULLY LIKEROBERT REDFORD OR A NICE

LEATHER WALLET.

>> JIM, JIM, WHY DID YOU PUTUP TWO LEATHER WALLETS, I

DON'T-- OKAY, NOW PLUS, PLUSIT JUST GOES TO THE QUESTION

OF TRUST WORTHINESS.

DURING THE BENGHAZI HEARINGS,SHE KEPT CHANGING HER STORY.

FIRST SHE SAID SHE WAS 65.

NEXT YEAR SHE'S 66.

WHERE DOES IT STOP?

SO OBVIOUSLY THE DEVELOPINGSTORY AND WHAT'S THAT-- OKAY,

I'M BEING TOLD THATMRS. CLINTON IS NOW EVEN

OLDER THAN WHEN I BEGAN THISREPORT TWO MINUTES AGO.

I KNOW IT'S RUDE TO TALKABOUT A WOMAN'S AGE.

BUT THAT'S NOT WHAT I AMDOING.

I AM TALKING ABOUT PEOPLETALKING ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE

TALKING ABOUT OTHER PEOPLETALKING ABOUT A WOMAN'S AGE.

(LAUGHTER)THAT'S CALLED JOURNALISM.

WHEN IT COMES TO PICKING THELEADER OF THE FREE WORLD

YOU'VE GOT TO ASK THEIMPORTANT QUESTIONS LIKE

RUSH DOES.

>> WE PUT A PICTURE OFMRS. CLINTON UP AT

RUSHLIMBAUGH.COM.

AND WE SIMPLY ASK DOESAMERICA, DO THE AMERICAN

PEOPLE WANT TO OBSERVE THEAGING OF THIS WOMAN IN

OFFICE.

YIKES!

>> Stephen: THAT'S HOW SHELOOKS TODAY, IMAGINE HOW SHE

WOULD LOOK AT 73.

OOF!

(CHEERS AND APPLAUSE)THAT'S A BEST-- THAT'S A

BEST-CASE SCENARIO.

IN THE SECOND TERM, SHECOULD DETERIORATE INTO THIS.

(LAUGHTER)(LAUGHTER)

JIMMY, TAKE IT DOWN.

THE AMERICAN PEOPLE DON'TWANT TO OBSERVE THAT EVER

AGAIN.

WE'LL BE RIGHT BACK.

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