Reality TV star Dog the Bounty Hunter stunned the co-hosts of the Fox News program "Outnumbered" today when he expressed some support for Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race.
Dog stated, "I want someone in there with experience. We’re at war. These guys are hiring, ISIS is hiring kids at school," noted Mediaite.com (video below).
He later added, "I don't know, she said, I heard her once say, 'You know, if they keep doing this, you know, we're gonna make it a parking lot.' I think women don't throw sand at each other like men do. I think that a woman's decision, I'm a Republican, but I have faith in the dynamic duo."
Dog said he wasn’t endorsing Hillary.
The show then turned the subject to a report about the Clinton Foundation by The New York Times yesterday.
According to MediaMatters.org, "The Times story suggested that donations to the Clinton Foundation may have influenced Hillary Clinton's State Department, when they signed off on the sale of Uranium One, a Canadian company with uranium mining claims in the U.S., to Rosatom, a Russian atomic energy agency."
"Alleging that individuals who had previously donated to the Clinton Foundation may have benefited from the deal, the Times' reporting has been used as the springboard for commentary hyping the supposed connection, despite the lack of evidence."
Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney was asked about The New York Times story on "The Hugh Hewitt Show," a conservative radio program, yesterday (video below).
Romney said, “I gotta tell you, I was stunned by it. It looks like bribery. I mean, there is every appearance that Hillary Clinton was bribed to grease the sale of what, 20 percent of America's uranium production to Russia.”
Romney spoke at the Clinton Global Initiative, which is part of the Clinton Foundation, in 2012, in which he praised its foreign outreach (video below).