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Steve Kroft: How would you characterize your relationship right now?

President Obama: I consider Hillary a strong friend.

Secretary Clinton: I mean, very warm, close. I think there’s a sense of understanding that, you know, sometimes doesn’t even take words because we have similar views. We have similar experiences that I think provide a bond that may seem unlikely to some, but has been really at a core of our relationship over the last four years. I mean, I’ve read a lot about other presidents. And I’ve, you know, been in the White House as a first lady. And I was a senator in the time of 9/11 and spent time in the White House under the Bush administration. And I know how critical it is to really forge that sense of discipline that the president is referring to. Are there going to be differences? Yeah. Deep differences? Of course. You had a lot of strong-willed, minded people. But the president deserves our best judgment, our advice, and then he deserves us to stand with him and to execute. Now I’ve watched other administrations, where there was pitched warfare between this cabinet secretary and another or this member of the White House. That’s not good for the country. And, it’s not something that would have served this president.