Obama, Hillary Clinton Meet to Smooth Ruffled Feathers

Political tensions may be on the rise after Mrs. Clinton made comments about the president's decisions abroad.
1:11 | 08/14/14

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We'll turn now to that awkward meeting last night between Hillary Clinton and her former boss, president Obama, the former secretary of state saying she want to hug it out with the president at a party on Martha's vineyard. It comes after some very critical remarks about his foreign policy. Our chief white house correspondent Jonathan Karl on the vineyard for us this morning. Jon? Reporter: Good morning, she came of they met, they partied. We still don't know if they actually hugged. All the white house will say is that the Obamas enjoyed spending time with the Clintons and, quote, the menu quizzed of surf and turf and pastas. The Obamas danced nearly every song of the a good time was had by all. Before the party Mrs. Clinton sought to smooth things over at a book signing here on Martha's vineyard but look what happened when I asked her specifically about the president's handling of Iraq. Do you think he was handling the situation in Iraq right now -- I mean, would you be doing it differently. I'm excited about signing books. Always fun when Jon shows up. Did you get a signed book. Reporter: I did not and as you can see she was not too into answering any questions but she did sign a lot of books, just not one for me, David. Don't hold your breath. Jon Karl this morning. Thanks. We'll get over to Amy robach

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