posted at 07:50
Author Name: Colin Campbell
OBAMA: Voters Will Want A New Car Smell In 2016
President Barack Obama suggested in a Sunday interview that voters have grown a little tired of his presidency and will want a newer, fresher candidate to succeed him. "I think the American people, they're gonna want that new car smell," Obama said on ABC's "This Week," according to a transcript. Obama made the comments while addressing the potential candidacy of Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner in the 2016 contest. Though Clinton served in his administration as secretary of state, Obama said voters should expect her to offer some disagreements with his presidency. "If she decides to run, I think she will be a formidable candidate and I think she'd be a great president," Obama said. Obama stopped short of endorsing her campaign and said other Democrats would also be "Terrific" successors. "She hasn't announced so I don't wanna jump the gun. I can tell you a couple things. Number one, she was an outstanding secretary of State. Number two, she's a friend," Obama said. "Number three, I think she and a number of other possible Democratic candidates would be terrific presidents."

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