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It’s been a long and winding road, but President Obama and the Clintons have learned to love one another — politically-speaking, at least.
For Obama, the newfound respect for his most recent Democratic predecessor has come as he has learned, much to his frustration, the limits of his own power.
There was a time when Obama jabbed at President Clinton’s record, suggesting the changes the 42nd president had wrought were modest.
During the epic and bitter 2008 Democratic presidential primary, Obama opined that President Reagan did more to “put us on a fundamentally different path” than Clinton had during his White House years.
“I think that Ronald Reagan changed the trajectory of America in a way that, you know, Richard Nixon did not and in a way that Bill Clinton did not,” he said.