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So here’s the scene -
The Brits are ready to go back to regular relations with Iran in the latest sign that the Islamist country, still officially a pariah state in the eyes of the U.S. government, is going mainstream. Everyone is so chipper about the mullahs these days not because of an outbreak of moderation in Tehran, but because of what’s going on in Iraq. Across the border, a jihadi army is making yet new gains in its push to establish an Islamist state even more radical than the one in Iran. There’s more good news for hardliners in Iran: The Iraqi government, the same one midwifed by the United States, is out denouncing the longtime U.S. allies in Saudi Arabia as “responsible” for the siege. That’s a vicious charge and one that shows Iraq spinning farther into Iran’s orbit. It also contradicts a report to the State Department on Iran’s own longstanding efforts to destabilize Iraq. Not an ideal time to be out touting the foreign policy achievements of the Obama administration, right? But as Hillary Clinton would surely tell you, she’s not one to shy away from a challenge.

[The latest Fox News poll shows that voters disapprove of President Obama’s foreign policy 56 to 34 percent, from June 1-3.]

The deets – The interview, pegged to the rollout of Clinton’s foreign policy campaign tome “Hard Choices” begins tonight in “Special Report with Bret Baier” which airs 6 p.m. ET. The Clinton interview will carry over into “On the Record with Greta Van Susteren” which begins at 7 p.m. ET.

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