HILLARY: "Well, you know, Ellen was part of a long line of American security experts and diplomats who understood that you have to keep talking and trying to work toward agreements that could limit the danger of nuclear weapons, their spread, their use. So she came to that after spending all those years on the Armed Services Committee. She was well-aware of all the risks and she just dove into the New START Treaty negotiations and, as Jim Jones said, was one of the most responsible members of the American delegation to get that done. So, look, there's a long tradition of trying to do that and that's what we did with the Iran negotiations - put a lid on Iran's nuclear program. That is what we should still be doing. You know, Winston Churchill famously said in his typical quotable fashion, 'Jaw-jaw-jaw is always better than war-war-war.'"