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Hillary Clinton to offer Obama a reset button on the Vineyard by ‘hugging it out’

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By Doug Powers  •  August 13, 2014 09:54 AM

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Take comfort, troubled world, because tomorrow Hillary Clinton will offer President Obama a “reset button” of sorts for foreign policy disagreements by “hugging it out,” according to her spokesman:

It continued: “Secretary Clinton has at every step of the way touted the significant achievements of his presidency, which she is honored to have been part of as his secretary of state. While they’ve had honest differences on some issues, including aspects of the wicked challenge Syria presents, she has explained those differences in her book and at many points since then. Some are now choosing to hype those differences but they do not eclipse their broad agreement on most issues. Like any two friends who have to deal with the public eye, she looks forward to hugging it out when … they see each other tomorrow night.”

In 2009 Obama and Hillary were going to make the everybody on the planet join hands and sing as one, and now they can’t even get along with each other without hug therapy, all while the wheels keep coming off around the world.

Here’s a sneak preview of Obama and Clinton’s “hug”:

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