Bill Clinton Is Right: Obama's Economic Legacy Is Awful

March 2016
Investors Business Daily;3/22/2016, p1
The author comments on former U.S. President Bill Clinton's assessment of the administration of U.S. President Barack Obama. Topics discussed include Clinton's criticism of the economic legacy of Obama, the campaign of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, and the feud between the Clintons and Obama.


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