Ed Klein: Obama ‘Looking for a Mini-Me' to Beat Hillary Clinton in Primary
Hillary Clinton is still facing criticism for saying she was “dead broke” when she and Bill left the White House.
Bill has come to his wife’s defense on her remarks. On “Meet the Press,” he said it is “factually true” that they were in debt. When asked if her remarks could seem “out of touch,” he said, “Yes, but she’s not out of touch.”
Ed Klein, author of “Blood Feud: The Clintons vs. the Obamas,” was on “Hannity” to discuss the Clintons.
Klein has said that Bill Clinton and Barack Obama made a deal that Bill would support Obama in 2012 if Obama supported Hillary in 2016. Tonight, Sean Hannity asked Klein if he believes Obama will hold up his end of the bargain.
“Bill Clinton thinks, and he’s said this in front of several people, that Obama is looking for a mini-me, a guy who will come out or woman who will come out of nowhere the way he did and take the mantle of the left wing of the party, which Obama represents, and beat Hillary in the primary campaign,” Klein said.
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