Clinton continued, claiming Libya can be counted as a U.S. foreign policy success due to the fact no Americans were killed during the ousting of Gaddafi. On the other hand, she added, the same probably couldn’t be said if the United State involved itself in stopping Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s bloody civil war.

“Yes, Libya was a different kind of calculation, and we didn’t lose a single person,” Clinton told MSNBC’s Chris Matthews.