DANA BASH, CNN: Let me just bring Ana, if I may.
We're talking a lot about domestic policy. But our foreign policy, you know full well Republicans are trying to have a field day with Benghazi and what happened in Benghazi. You're a Republican who tells it like it is. You really think they're going to have traction on Benghazi?
ANA NAVARRO, REPUBLICAN STRATEGIST: You know, I don't know if Benghazi but I think her foreign policy record is certainly up for review and it's going to be under a lot of scrutiny. Part of what she brings to the table is having been secretary of state.
And going back to the woman thing, I'm, frankly, fascinated by how it's playing out this time, because it is so different from 2008 where she did not embrace the historical moment of being a woman.
BASH: Maybe she learned from Barack Obama.
NAVARRO: Here's a problem -- Hillary Clinton on this woman thing I think lacking subtlety. I don't need her to drown me in estrogen every time she opens her mouth.
BASH: I don't think that's going to happen!
NAVARRO: Every time she opens her mouth, it is about the granddaughter and Chelsea's wedding and the yoga routines. You know, Hillary Clinton needs to stop being focus grouped to death and be Hillary Clinton. She doesn't need to have a sign that says "I am woman, hear me roar."