S.E. Cupp's biting opinion column from CNN reminds folks that Clinton isn't the inevitable 2016 behemoth she's being made out to be.
(CNN) -- Mitt Romney is not running for president, but that hasn't stopped him from offering his advice on how to best beat the likely Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton.
And his advice says a lot about why, in part, he went 0-2 in his race for the White House.
"The playbook, I believe," he told David Gregory on NBC's "Meet the Press," "is to look at her record."
"I think you have to consider what's happened around the world," he continued, "During the years that she was secretary of state, and you have to say it's been a monumental bust." Romney then went on to enumerate her many failures.
Of course, he's not wrong. Hillary Clinton's own supporters have had difficulty pinning down her accomplishments at the State Department, and those who aren't paid to puff her up are rightly calling her record abysmal. Even more problematically, her record looks worse and worse with nearly every new development abroad, and in two years' time, there might be little left of it to salvage.