Published on TheHill. Bill and Hillary do not want Obama to win. If he does move to the White House, Hillary will be unable to run for president until Obama would run again in , by which time she will be closing in on 70 years of age. But Hillary cannot afford to be seen dumping on Obama. She alienated the party faithful — in particular African-Americans — by staying in the race too long, attacking Obama too often, and using race too much. So she needs to be on her best behavior.
What's holding Obama up?
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Richard Samuel Morris born November 28, is an American political author and commentator who previously worked as a pollster, political campaign consultant , and general political consultant. A friend and advisor to Bill Clinton during his time as Governor of Arkansas , since his run,  Morris became a political adviser to the White House after Clinton was elected president in Morris encouraged Clinton to pursue third way policies of triangulation that combined traditional Republican and Democratic proposals, rhetoric, and issues so as to achieve maximum political gain and popularity. He worked as a Republican strategist before joining the Clinton administration, where he helped Clinton recover from the midterm elections by advising the President to adopt more moderate policies. Morris now writes a weekly column for the New York Post which is carried nationwide, contributes columns and blogs to both the print and online versions of The Hill. He is also president of Vote. In , Morris said that he would leave the United States if Hillary Clinton were elected president.
What’s keeping Obama up?
Those in the race—Senator Paul Simon, Rep. Dick Gephardt, Rev. Jesse Jackson—were far behind.
Following nearly fifteen years of countless ethical violations, inaccurate electoral predictions, and offensive, false, and dishonest comments, Fox News political analyst Dick Morris is done at the network. In recent years the network's executives had also repeatedly been subjected to inquiries from reporters concerning Morris' pattern of ethical misdeeds. When Morris was discussing political candidates and causes on Fox News, it was usually safe to assume they were paying him money behind the scenes. During the election cycle, Morris often appeared on Fox to tout pro-Republican causes to which he had a financial connection.