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Now some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
Reports tonight of a secret deal between President Obama and the clintons to support each other's political ambitions.
A new version of political authors Ed -- a political author -- Klein's book the amateur says Bill Clinton gave his rousing endorsement.
Of the president at last summer's Democratic Convention.
For an Obama blessing of Hillary Clinton's 2016 White House bit.
Klein writes that Bill Clinton actually wanted his wife to challenge President Obama in 2012.
Two people quote mr.
Clinton is saying quote I've heard more from bush asking for my advice and I've heard from Obama.
Obama doesn't know how to be president he doesn't know how the world works he's incompetent.
He's an amateur.
The Clinton camp has not responded White House spokesman Jay Carney says President Obama is not thinking about 26 team yet.
A top aide to democratic congressman Joseph Garcia of Florida has resigned in the midst of a voter fraud pro.
Chief of staff Jeffrey Garcia no relation took responsibility.
For the plot to apply for hundreds of absentee ballots for last year's primary election.
Congressman Garcia says he had no idea about the plot which he says was likely just an attempt to increase voter turnout.
Jeffrey Garcia also worked on the campaign for Patrick Murphy who defeated Republican congressman Alan west by fewer than 2000 votes.
And finally an embarrassment for the EPA the agency awarded several employee achievement certificates.
To someone who does not exist.
Richard Windsor is the fake employee created by former EPA administrator Lisa Jackson to conduct official business under the radar.
But apparently Windsor was a star student with the IT department he received at least a half dozen ethics and cyber security certificates.
EPA officials tell the Competitive Enterprise Institute Lisa Jackson completed the courses while logged in as Richard Windsor.
Among the policies Windsor would have likely learned during those courses the agency's ban on using fake email accounts while conducting EPA business.
Jackson resigned in December after the EPA inspector general started looking into the you know scandal.
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