JUAN WILLIAMS: Can I just offer one contrary note, which is you know, under her tenure, we've had no attacks. We've been safe as Americans.
BRET BAIER: Fort Hood.
WILLIAMS: We've had no attacks -- I mean, she has managed this, to me, very well. They're now looking at people like Bill Bratton, you know, the former police chief in New York, Ray Kelly, the current police chief in New York, people like that. And the idea would be to try to downplay some of the tensions between FBI, Justice, and Homeland Security. But you have to say if you look back on her record, I think she did a pretty good job.
CHARLES KRAUTHAMMER: Her record was the underwear didn't explode.
JONAH GOLDBERG: The bomb in Times Square bomb didn't go off. There were lots of things she had nothing to do with. We were attacked lots of times, just we were fortunate in the ineptness of our enemies. (Special Report, July 12, 2013)