Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonClinton camp's Harvard lash out won't advance their ideas Overnight Cybersecurity: Watchdog seeks release of Clinton aide's deposition State bill aims to force release of Trump's tax returns before 2020 MORE said today that President Obama has successfully passed the "3 AM phone call" test that she famously warned about during the Presidential primary.

In her first Sunday morning appearance since becoming Secretary of State, Clinton praised Obama's handling of national security crises.

"Absolutely," she said, when asked whether Obama was handling the 3 A.M. phone calls well. "And, you know, the president, in his public actions and demeanor, and certainly in private with me and with the national security team, has been strong, thoughtful, decisive. I think he's doing a terrific job. And it's an honor to serve with him."

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