February 20th, 2009
01:20 PM ET
6 years ago

Cafferty: How helpful is Bill Clinton's advice to Pres. Obama?

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It didn’t take long at all for Bill Clinton to get in on the act. A month after his wife was sworn in as Secretary of State, the former president is out with some advice on how President Obama should handle his job.

In an interview with ABC News Clinton gives the new president an “A” for his first month in office yet says he should put on a more positive face when talking about the economy. Clinton says he likes the fact that Mr. Obama didn’t come out with a bunch of “happy talk” about the economic crisis. He added, “I just want the American people to know that he’s confident that we are gonna get out of this and he feels good about the long run.”

Here’s the issue: this is exactly what many Obama supporters feared would happen if he brought Hillary Clinton on board as vice president, or in any cabinet position for that matter.

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