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Hillary Clinton Saluted With Video Tribute By World Leaders — Hillary 2016?

by David Badash on December 3, 2012

in News,Politics

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President Barack Obama, Senator John McCain, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, along with political leaders from Israel, the Palestinian National Authority, recorded this video saluting U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, as she prepares to leave office.

The video even has Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu saying he “just had the opportunity to work with her to achieve the cease fire between Israel and Hamas.”


Many are calling it Clinton’s first 2016 presidential campaign video, and if it is, she will win, hands down.

This video salute is almost literally a plea from world leaders for Hillary Clinton to succeed Barack Obama as President of the United States of America.

It’s an amazing tribute — and political feat, getting world leaders to agree on anything.

The video was presented last week at the ninth annual Saban Forum, an event hosted by the Brookings Institute.

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Coxhere December 4, 2012 at 7:45 am

I voted for Obama both times and I'm a Democrat. I have a question for other Obama Democrats, however. Am I the only one who is hesitant to trust Hillary? I'd certainly vote for her over a Rmoney, a Bachmann, or a Frothy Mix. But there is something about Hillary. . . . Maybe she has a "politician's" face? Whatever it is, Obama just seems much more genuine to me. During the Sandy disaster, Obama's hugging people seemed spontaneous and genuine. I couldn't imagine Hillary hugging common people. She seems too reserved and even afraid to touch others, physically and/or emotionally. I could see her attempting to look like the rest of us but she just seems so cold. Can anyone else articulate what I'm trying to say here?

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