Seelye: A Former President, Back in the Thick of Politics Bill Clinton: “I’m perfectly content to give her my advice.” As the campaigns pivot now to the nearly two dozen states that vote on Feb. 5, Mr. Clinton is being deployed to Missouri while Mrs. Clinton works Tennessee.
DC pundits baffled as to how this will affect the Clinton camp. “I’m pretty chilled out,” Clinton said, sipping hot coffee at a restaurant here, when asked about the congressman’s recommendation. Of his attacks on Obama — he’s used language such as “fairy tale” to describe various positions taken by …
Obama: “I think part of what is different is the times. I do think that, for example, the 1980 election was different. I think Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not.” [click]
White House race looks past February 5 Heated Exchange at Romney Stop Bloomberg vows to cut NYC taxes, if he can Romney Criticizes Rivals’ Lobbyists Ben Smith: Obama for Veep? Ambinder: Nevada’s At-Large Precincts Ruled Legal Cillizza: Rangel: Clinton Will Overcome “National Perceptions” A Rare Chelsea Comment