During Sunday's debate, Donald Trump repeatedly blasted Clinton for what he said was her 30 years of non-accomplishment.
It's classic Trump -- mislead and don't provide any facts to support the blather.
I no longer pretend to know the depth of Trump's ignorance, but listen up, Donald:
A first lady has no legal authority to do anything.
A U.S. senator is only one of 100 -- and even less influential when in the minority party most of the time.
A secretary of state has little statutory authority, serves at the pleasure of the president and can be fired for no reason at all. And they usually bite their tongues if they disagree with a policy. That's a tradition running back to the country's founding and a requirement for effective foreign policy.
It's true Clinton likes to claim credit for some things for which she was at best a supporting -- and usually a minor -- character.
But that's something all politicians do, including Trump.
But to blame her for doing "nothing" -- particularly when Trump's own party stood in the way -- is dishonest and, again, reflective of significant ignorance.
Or rather, a huge ignorance.
God knows, Clinton has plenty of flaws.
But once again, they stand in the shadows of Trump's monstrous stupidity.