Drafts of Clintons book, Hard Choices, have been circulating for months among a small number of officials in Obamas National Security Council. Clintons book will be combed for any sign of discord with Obama. He defeated her in the 2008 Democratic presidential primary campaign and holds the office she may run for in 2016. Clinton has said little about the book, due out June 10. It is expected to center on the main foreign policy challenges she was involved in at the State Department, including the Syrian civil war and the start of secret discussions with Iran that led to the current nuclear negotiations. Discussing the book in March, Clinton said reliving her years as Americas chief diplomat has been eye-opening because when you are in the middle of it, you get up every day, you put one foot in front of the other and try to do the best you can. Geithners book, due out Monday, and is expected to focus on the decisions the government made in response to the recession that gripped the United States at the start of Obamas presidency.
Please enter your Phone Number. Send Thanks! A link has been sent. Done Obama climate rules can't wait 'til after election Despite election risks for fellow Democrats, Obama to unveil major power plant emission limits By Josh Lederman, Associated Press 2 hours ago 0 shares . View photo this website FILE - In this June 24, 2013, file photo, the Capitol Dome is seen behind the Capitol Power Plant in Washington. Democrats running for election in key states are worried about the political fallout from unprecedented greenhouse-gas limits soon to be announced by fellow Democrat Barack Obama's administration.
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government officials are formulating public responses to address sensitive issues." Two days after the emails, a spokesman for the nation's intelligence chief, the director of national intelligence, released a lengthy statement explaining the evolution in the intelligence communitys thinking from the assault being a spontaneous attack to it being pre-meditated terrorism. The statement does not mention a video originally cited by then-U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice as being behind the attack. It also does not, on its face, constitute the "media strategy" that was the subject of the seven-page email chain. An DNI spokesman told Fox he could not comment on what may or may not be in the redacted emails. When previously asked about the Sept. 28, 2012 release,the DNI spokesman said the suggestion to develop the statement came from within the intelligence community. Catherine Herridge is an award-winning Chief Intelligence correspondent for FOX News Channel (FNC) based in Washington, D.C.
Obama tours Arkansas tornado damage with key Senate Democrat
Amid the wreckage, U.S. President Barack Obama speaks as he visits the tornado devastated town of Vilonia, Arkansas May 7, 2014. With Obama are Vilonia Mayor James Firestone (L) Senator Mark Pryor (2nd L) and Governor Mike Beebe (R). Credit: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque Politics VILONIA, Arkansas (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Wednesday toured the devastation wreaked by tornadoes that slashed through parts of Arkansas, along with a senator whose re-election is key to Democrats' hanging on to control of the U.S. Senate.