A few days ago, Richard Grenell, Fox News contributor and former national security spokesman for candidate Mitt Romney, asked State Department deputy spokesperson Marie Harf the following:

Harf, in an apparent fit of snark, informed Grenell today that Kerry has in fact now gone to Baghdad:

When do the adults get back?

That aside, Grenell was recognized for having such tremendous pull:

@RichardGrenell @marieharf Richard seems to me @StateDept sent @JohnKerry to Iraq to shut down folks like you. Good job!

— Yossi Gestetner (@YossiGestetner) June 23, 2014

Harf wrote off any criticism, saying she “was just pointing out the facts”:

Grenell, in the meantime, may want to press other issues as well. The administration is obviously paying attention:

Clearly.

From Twitchy

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Richard Grenell

Richard A. Grenell is the longest serving U.S. spokesman in U.N. history and is currently a partner with Los Angeles-based Capitol Media Partners. He was appointed by President Bush in 2001 to be the U.S. spokesman at the U.N. where he served until 2008. In 2012, Grenell was appointed as Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney’s National Security and Foreign Affairs Spokesman making him the first openly gay spokesman for a Republican Presidential candidate. Grenell is a Fox News Contributor, an Advisory Board Member of Newsmax Media and sits on the Langley Intelligence Group Advisory Board.

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