From the March 23 edition of Fox News' The Real Story with Gretchen Carlson:
HEATHER NAUERT (HOST): Did you notice that calm and collected tone of voice right there? [Hillary Clinton] said we need strong, steady leadership, assuming that the Republican candidates could not provide that.
MONICA CROWLEY: She's a little too calm. I mean, part of the criticism of President Obama, particularly yesterday when he was in Cuba and the Brussels attack was being carried out, is that he's too passionless. That he's too dispassionate when he's talking about life and death issues like the Islamic threat. She is trying to look presidential.
NAUERT: She's come out stronger as a candidate than our own president has.
CROWLEY: You see more passion from the Democrats when they're attacking Republicans than when they're attacking the actual enemies of the United States.