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Hillary is ‘suprise winner’ of first 100 days, Rothkopf says

FP blogger David Rothkopf has picked his surprise winners and losers of Obama’s first 100 days, and one of the winners is Secretary Clinton. After stating that National Security Advisor James L. Jones is the surprise loser in the "foreign policy division," Rothkopf writes:   [A] good place to look if [Jones] wants an example [of] how ...

FP blogger David Rothkopf has picked his surprise winners and losers of Obama's first 100 days, and one of the winners is Secretary Clinton. After stating that National Security Advisor James L. Jones is the surprise loser in the "foreign policy division," Rothkopf writes:

 

[A] good place to look if [Jones] wants an example [of] how to do it all right thus far is over in Foggy Bottom where the surprise winner of the first 100 days in this division is Hillary Clinton. She was supposed to be the uncontrollable ego, but instead she has turned out to be the team player who is using her star-power to very effectively advance the Obama agenda.

FP blogger David Rothkopf has picked his surprise winners and losers of Obama’s first 100 days, and one of the winners is Secretary Clinton. After stating that National Security Advisor James L. Jones is the surprise loser in the "foreign policy division," Rothkopf writes:

 

[A] good place to look if [Jones] wants an example [of] how to do it all right thus far is over in Foggy Bottom where the surprise winner of the first 100 days in this division is Hillary Clinton. She was supposed to be the uncontrollable ego, but instead she has turned out to be the team player who is using her star-power to very effectively advance the Obama agenda.

Indeed, check out the powerful response Clinton gave to U.S. Rep. Mike Pence (R-Ind.) in the video linked to in the quote above (or check it out on YouTube).

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