Krauthammer: Clinton’s backtrack on Bush tax cuts is like a ‘word salad’ from a raving psychotic

Krauthammer can’t make heads nor tails of Bill Clinton’s backtrack today on repealing the Bush tax cuts:

“I think a concise way to summarize that is it depends what ‘is’ is. I mean I write for a living and I’ve edited in my day and I’ve edited some lousy copy but I can’t make heads or tails of this. It’s really uneditable. In fact in psychiatry there’s a term if you get a raving psychotic who comes in the door and makes no sense, you say he’s speaking in ‘word salad’. This is ‘word salad’ with a vinaigrette on top.”

Krauthammer eventually translated Clinton’s backtrack as “I’m under duress. Don’t pay any attention to what I’m saying.”

Watch below for the Krauthammer’s entire comments:

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