Hillary And Barack


 

By Jueseppi B.

 

 

 

 

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives at the White House in Washington, Monday, July 29. It's the most talked-about lunch in the nation's capital. President Obama and Ms. Clinton are dining privately at the White House Monday. Jacquelyn Martin/AP

Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives at the White House in Washington, Monday, July 29. It’s the most talked-about lunch in the nation’s capital. President Obama and Ms. Clinton are dining privately at the White House Monday.
Jacquelyn Martin/AP

 

 

Barack Obama & Hillary Clinton To Meet For Private Lunch | HPL

 

 

 

 

 

Raw: Hillary Clinton Arrives for Obama Meeting

 

Published on Jul 29, 2013

It’s the most talked about lunch in the nation’s capital. President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are dining privately at the White House Monday. (July 29)

 

 

 

 

Obama and Hillary Clinton lunch, ‘get a chance to catch up’

 

By Carrie Dann, NBC News

 

For President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, friendship is what’s on today’s menu.

 

The two Democrats and former rivals met for lunch Monday in a private dining room at the White House, spawning a frenzy of predictable media speculation about whether they might be putting their heads together about Clinton’s much-rumored 2016 run.

 

And – adding to that speculation – Clinton is now also scheduled to have breakfast Tuesday with Vice President Joe Biden, considered a top potential rival for the Democratic nomination.

 

White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters at a daily briefing that the meal between Obama and Clinton was simply a chance for the two pols to pal around.

 

“Over the course of the last four years … Secretary Clinton and the president have developed not just a strong working relationship, but also a genuine friendship,” he said. “And so, it’s largely friendship that’s on the agenda for the lunch today. So it’s not a working lunch as much as it is an opportunity for the two, who saw each other on a pretty frequent basis for the past four years, to get a chance to catch up.”

 

Earnest added that the president invited Clinton to the meal, calling its purpose “chiefly social.”

 

The menu includes grilled chicken, pasta jambalaya and salad.

 

But — while the meeting likely featured more conversation about strategies for Egypt and Syria than strategies for New Hampshire and Iowa —  this meal between a current commander in chief and a potential 2016 White House contender has fueled both enthusiasm and opposition for the former secretary of state.

 

Clinton, who left the State Department in February, has been delivering speeches around the country since departing the top diplomatic post.

 

While she’s been mum about her future presidential plans, top Democrats — from Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi — have offered vocal support for a Clinton run. A pro-Clinton super PAC called “Ready for Hillary” has united veterans of both the Clinton and Obama political operations.

 

And an opposition group, dubbed Stop Hillary PAC, is also ramping up its efforts, even as the earliest presidential nominating contests are still well more than two years away.

 

Thank you NBC POLITICS

 

 

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From The HuffPost:

 

Obama, Hillary Clinton All Smiles During Private Lunch Meeting 

 

WASHINGTON — It’s the most talked about lunch in the nation’s capital.

 

President Barack Obama and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are dining privately at the White House Monday. While it’s not the first time the pair have seen each other since Clinton left the administration earlier this year, each of their get-togethers are closely analyzed.

 

That’s because Clinton is considered a leading contender to replace Obama, though she hasn’t said whether she’ll launch another presidential campaign.

 

The president is also being watched for signs of who he will support in the race to replace him. Vice President Joe Biden is also believed to be considering a run for the White House, potentially leaving Obama caught between two of his closest advisers.

 

Thank you The HuffPost.

 

 

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15 Responses

  1. You’ve had the first black president. Time for the first woman. Then when the change over starts, THAT’S when the aliens will strike, Always happens in the films ;-)

  2. I hope, hope, HOPE she runs!! While I like Joe Biden, I like Hillary better :)

    • I am not a Hillary fan nor a fan of Bill. But you just may get your wish/hope. Good luck. I believe after Barack leaves office in 2016, I am finished with politics.

      • ruh roh….you can’t!!!

      • Yeah, this past 5 years and the nest 3 will wear me out

      • that’s fair.

      • you know….more thoughts. I really didn’t like her when she ran for president last time, for the crappy things both she and Bill did and said. BUT, I like that she became sec’y of state and that she and Barack have become friends. But, by the same token? at times I really cannot wait to leave this country behind and retire to Spain….that must wait a few more years. I wonder if I will follow politics once I’m overseas?

      • I’m moving to Sicily the moment Barack leaves office. We have the very same mindset. I’m leaving America the same month he leaves and the next POTUS takes office. America is a cesspool right now and will only get worse.

        Hillary was magnificent as SOS but that ain’t POTUS. She does not have the tools to be POTUS, but a woman, a mother, needs to be POTUS, just not Hillary.

  3. Nice page ! *

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