President Barack Obama on Saturday said Hillary Clinton would be “a superb president” who might “have some solid messages to convey” on the off chance that she chooses to keep running for the White House.Obama made the remarks multi-day before Clinton is relied upon to report a presidential offer.“She was an impressive hopeful in 2008, she was an extraordinary supporter of mine in the general race, she was an exceptional secretary of state, she is my companion,” Obama said. “I figure she would be an amazing president.”
Clinton lost the Democratic designation to Obama in 2008. Obama made the remarks on Saturday after a summit in Panama.“The one thing I can say is, she will probably deal with herself greatly in any discussion or discussions around remote arrangement,” Obama said. “What’s more, her reputation regarding residential strategies is I think one that thinks about working families.“In the event that she chooses to run and she makes a declaration, she will have some solid messages to convey,” Obama said.
An update sent to Clinton’s staff by her prospective crusade administrator, Robby Mook, said her message will be “about the ordinary Americans who are attempting to manufacture a superior life for themselves and their families.”More than 66% of Democratic voters figure Clinton will be the Democratic candidate, as indicated by an online survey led by NBC News and SurveyMonkey. The survey directed toward the beginning of April discovered 50 percent of Democrats would vote in favor of Clinton, and 68 percent figure she will be the chosen one.