2014-03-20T221607Z_1_CBREA2J1PV100_RTROPTP_2_USA

In subtle moves, Hillary Clinton creates distance from Obama

Former U.S. Secretary of State Clinton speaks during an International Women's Day event in New YorkBy Gabriel Debenedetti NEW YORK (Reuters) – Just over a year after leaving her job as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton has offered views on foreign policy that analysts said seem part of an effort to distance herself from the Obama administration as she prepares a possible 2016 White House run. In appearances this month, Clinton struck a hawkish tone on issues including Iran and Russia, even while expressing broad support for the work done by Obama and her successor as secretary of state, John Kerry. Clinton said in New York on Wednesday night she was “personally skeptical” of Iran’s commitment to reaching a comprehensive agreement on its nuclear program.

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