Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright followed the footsteps of her successor Hillary Clinton on Friday, attacking Donald Trump for being “erratic,” “crazy,” and then criticized his grasp on foreign policy. Albright made no mention of Hillary Clinton’s foreign policy missteps with Benghazi, though.

Albright also spoke about a tweet she put out: “Donald Trump would flunk my class on decision-making in foreign policy. The commander-in-chief test is even tougher. No way he can pass.” Albright is a professor in the practice of diplomacy at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. She teaches an undergraduate seminar titled “America’s National Security Tool Box.”

“Professor” Albright also made an incredulous comment earlier in the primary season, saying “there’s a special place in Hell for women who don’t vote Hillary.”

Furthermore, Albright made recent comments about the Democratic candidate’s email scandal, saying “nobody is going to die from it.” Below is a Facebook comment responding to Albright’s comment, as well as a video interview:

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