Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonErnst tells Trump to stick to the issues Seven ways the Clinton Foundation failed to meet its transparency promises Clinton, Trump sharpen attacks MORE was busy this week - with a speech in Canada, another before the Association of American Publishers, another before the American Jewish Congress and she is scheduled to speak at the Clinton Global Initiative event at Arizona State University in the coming days. In her appearances she is dropping not-so-subtle hints that it's time to separate from President Obama, not only vigorously criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin but actually predicting the current nuclear deal with Iran won't work. While she couched her conclusion by saying "This is a development worth testing," Clinton also posited that the odds aren't good for reaching a comprehensive agreement and that because of her experience with them, she is "personally skeptical that the Iranians would follow through and deliver."
The best thing for a candidate Hillary, running for president in 2016, is an all-Republican Congress that knocks heads with Obama week in and week out. Should the Democrats hold on to the Senate by a seat or two, and can do little, Clinton will have to run further from lawmakers and a president from her own party.
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