The Hill’s Niall Stanage: Obama Made ‘Solid Points’ About Clinton in Axelrod Interview

‘I do think there’s an implicit criticism of Hillary Clinton in what President Obama said’

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STANAGE: "I do think there’s an implicit criticism of Hillary Clinton in what President Obama said. He talked about the idea that he would be able to mobilize a majority of Americans, and you know, her problems with mobilization were significant. He also implied that she was too complacent to a certain degree. She -- he talked about the idea that if you think you’re winning, you maybe don’t do all that you need to do. So I don’t think it’s an interview that will thrill people in the Clinton camp, though I actually think President Obama makes solid points."

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