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Now you endorse President Obama when you got out of the race in 08.
You had been UN ambassador under President Clinton energy secretary -- President Clinton.
And now we see President Clinton.
Saying some things are trying to undercut the Obama message.
So you know both these men you you angered President Clinton he's still angry so what is going on here.
I believe the President Clinton is expressing his views he's a moderate on business issues I think he's making a point that.
President Obama on the campaign -- Being more pro economic growth more pro business but I think it's a legitimate debate within the party.
I still think my endorsement of President Obama I'm.
I'm very happy with -- that I saw something special in him.
I think that specialty that I saw of a new kind of candidate.
It's still there.
But I think Republicans have blocked some -- so many of the good things he wanted to do and so a second term is needed for that full potential to be fulfilled.
And do you think there he is unconsciously or consciously trying to undercut.
President Obama do you think he's looking -- or think Hillary Clinton Campaign I don't things.
I think he.
Those are his views he he's always been a moderate on business issues and the deficit.
He's expressing internal views within the party that I think should be debated I don't think it should be viewed as disloyal.
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