Obama and Clinton in 2012?

Thursday, 07 Oct 2010 12:13 PM

By Andrea Tantaros

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With Barack Obama's administration sinking, there has been — and likely will continue to be — a lot of chatter on whether or not Hillary Clinton (above) will challenge the current president in 2012. While it's highly unlikely she'd divide the Democratic Party by pursuing the White House, she may find herself there via another route.

This week the rumor mill was abuzz again after respected journalist Bob Woodward alleged that the idea of a Biden-Clinton swap is "on the table." He would take the secretary of state job, while she would take second billing on Obama's return ticket to the White House.

While a switcheroo might not be in the cards, an Obama-Clinton is nevertheless a real possibility for vice president. With Democrats in duress and the president's popularity plummeting, especially with white voters, Obama might have no choice but to add her to the ticket if he has any hopes for a second term.


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