Surely Obama imagined a better start to his second term. When he delivered his second inaugural address in January, he had big plans for his second term. It was a beautiful speech, as he knows the rule, with lyrical, visionary forms. Just a few months after the start of his second term, Barack Obama is facing a series of toxic scandals, which threaten the political agenda of the White House. Now, in a report from the NY Post dated June 1, Senator Hillary Clinton, through social activism, helped the Barack Obama presidential campaign.
The report says:
President Obama made a secret deal to support Hillary Clinton when she runs for president in 2016, campaign sources say, payback for the support her husband gave him in 2012.
.A deal was struck: Clinton would give the key nominating speech at the convention, and a full-throated endorsement of Obama. In exchange, Obama would endorse Hillary Clinton as his successor.
The White House may have chosen to remain silent in response to the terrorist attack on Benghazi fearing that it would inflame anti-American sentiment in the region. Perhaps, President Barack Obama intentionally chose not to recognize the successful attack on Benghazi during the very anniversary of Sept. 11, and just before a national election.
Republicans suspect the White House and the State Department, then headed by Hillary Clinton, downplayed the attack in order to hide the security vulnerabilities that would hurt the president’s re-election chances. Republicans do not lose sight that this case can discredit a Hillary Clinton presidential run in 2016 – yes, in Washington, everyone is already thinking about 2016.
More than by almost obsessive criticism of elected Republicans against the lies or unspoken crisis of Benghazi, the elected president is now overtaken by the dark machinations of the IRS to target the Tea Party and other conservative leaders, as well as the monitoring of telephone conversations of journalists from the prestigious news agency AP.
Some are already talking about comparisons between Nixon and Obama during the Watergate Scandal, others preferring to refer to more soberly pangs such as, “Clinton II.”
The intense investigation by Republicans on Benghazi, the tax authorities (IRS) that admitted to harassing the Tea Party groups, the Department of Justice spying on phone records of the Associated Press … everything is mixed in this great history of presidential crisis.