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Cementing Obama’s Legacy: More Thoughts on the Skewering of Hillary Clinton
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Dan Pfeiffer, long-time aid to Barack Obama, and his Senior Advisor for Strategy and Communication until joining CNN, told reporters at a Bloomberg Policy Breakfast last November that Obama needed a Democrat to win the 2016 to cement the “core elements” of his legacy.

“It’s very important because I know what we did in the first 100 days of our administration, and it was go through a lot of what President Bush did and sign executive orders doing the opposite,” Pfeiffer said.

And we all know how important his legacy is to Barack Obama. He’d do anything to achieve it—from selling out his country and its allies to an evil theocratic regime that needs a nuke to hasten the advent of the 12th Imam and the subsequent apocalypse, to serving as the Grand Ayatollah’s butt boy. So setting up a Democrat successor must be very high on his agenda at this time.

Given how much Hillary is under his thumb, what with all of the information about those illegal emails and personal servers that continues to drip out of the White House like Chinese water torture, and the related criminal prosecutions that are there one minute and withdrawn the next, she might be just the person he’s looking for. Provided she can win. There’s the rub, for she’s been a terrible campaigner.

How many times has she launched and relaunched her presidential campaign, only to have each collapse faster than the Hindenburg? Her persona is robotic and her character is corrupt. At this point the folks at the White House must be getting pretty edgy.

Desperate times call for desperate measures. This is an interesting time to be a Hillary watcher.

Editor’s Note, Sunday: We’re delighted to see that the New York Post’s Michael Goodwin is reading Esther Goldberg’s posts.

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