Hillary Clinton is quickly losing favor in the political world, even among liberals.

While Clinton recovers from her disastrous loss in the 2016 presidential election, her legacy is unfolding amid scandal and deceit.

Recently, a ghost from her past was revealed from her time as Secretary of State–and even Democrats are fuming over her inaction.

Ronald Glass, former director of Democratic Initiatives in Russia, just revealed Clinton did absolutely nothing to combat Russia shutting down the United States Agency for International Development in 2012.

The Daily Caller reported:

“She was absent. The silence was deafening,” Glass said in an exclusive interview with The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group. Glass, who is now retired, also worked for USAID on “democracy governance issues” in Afghanistan, Honduras and Colombia, as well as Russia. The agency is part of the Department of State.

Glass, who described himself as a “social liberal,” said he was prompted to come forward by the “mind boggling” assertions from the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee and other leading Democrats who claim they were tough on Russia. Glass has never previously commented on Clinton’s failure to respond to the Russian expulsion.

“No push back on this global issue? I never expected it of my own government. Never,” Glass said, calling the expulsion “one of the most strategic moments in U.S.-Russia bilateral relations ever.”

“I can say even the most liberal people at USAID — and even the Hillary supporters I talked to at the time — were quite upset the mission was closed,” Glass said. “For them the closure was just a tragedy and a travesty.”

Of the over 30,000 emails released from Clinton’s email server, only two mentioned the banishment of the United States agency.

President Obama is also to blame for the lack of awareness and push-back against Russia’s decision.

The former President declined to expel any Russian operatives in the United States as a result. Obama also avoided mentioning the matter to the public.

The Daily Caller reported:

Then-President Barack Obama’s failure to issue any official complaints or protests limited public awareness of USAID’s expulsion, while the national news media covered the story for a single day.

Obama also declined to expel any Russian diplomats in protest of the expulsion, unlike his action to show his displeasure for Russian “interference” in the 2016 presidential election in the waning days of his presidency.

John McCain was extremely vocal in his argument against Clinton and Obama’s silence.

McCain called the Russian decision “an insult to the United States and a finger in the eye of the Obama administration, which has consistently trumpeted the alleged success of its so-called ‘reset’ policy toward Moscow.”

The lack of action by both Democrat leaders has had lasting effects today.

Pro-Democratic activists in Russia have little support from the United States as a result of losing the agency.

Both the former President and Clinton are incredibly vocal in their grievances against Russia, with an investigation into foreign meddling during the election process ongoing.

Yet, an issue of this proportion yielded little response from either leader.

Why do you think the United States did not condemn Russia for pushing our agency out of its country?

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