Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime - Study Guide Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Hillary met with political operatives from New Hampshire - old friends who gave her pointers on how to win the New Hampshire primary. She hadn't officially announced but she was definitely doing all the groundwork. The rumors she heard about Obama's obvious interest in running and about the attention he was receiving were troublesome to her. Although she was ostensibly moving forward with a presidential run, close advisers knew she too was ambivalent about it. Bill told her if she thought she would be the best president and help the country the most she should run. She thought about it and concluded that she was her party's best bet and soon let her staff know that she had decided in the affirmative.

The team that Hillary gathered was a combination of old Bill Clinton staff members, Hillary Senate staff and brand new additions...

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