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November 8th, 2011
05:46 PM ET

Pfeiffer: Bill Clinton's jobs plan is "helpful" to the plan Obama is putting forward

White House Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer is a guest on "Piers Morgan Tonight" tomorrow, and he talks about the new job plan being touted by former Pres. Bill Clinton. Is it helpful to the current president? "There is essentially 95 to 99 percent agreement with the agenda that President
Obama is putting forward," he tells Piers Morgan. "I think it's helpful."

Pfeiffer also talked about Pres. Barack Obama's successes in the first term. "He's going to have a very good case to make about his leadership in
tough times," he said. Watch the full interview tomorrow, 9pmET/PT.

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  1. Dean Bond

    Bill Clinton has a great business mind and understanding of economics, clearly the best president of our time. His only apparent vice was the inability to effectively manage his libido. Having said that, we should stop short of judging him as power is a very potent aphrodisiac not easy to control for some. I would be very comfortable to see Hillary eventually win the White House with Bill at her side as a silent advisor.

    November 8, 2011 at 9:22 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Natalie

    It seems they are trying. However, I have been told that sfwroate called Socialware exists that eliminates the entire monitoring issue. Maybe you all are familiar with it. The trying is encouraging since the early adopters are winning. That will mean all others will follow.[]Pat Allen Reply:November 24th, 2010 at 9:53 pmThat's my impression, too, Todd. I was struck by the effort that's being made. I don't think the monitoring issue can be eliminated, but Socialware and several other firms offer the ability to archive social media activity as an automated means of monitoring and pre-review in some cases. But it's still early for larger firms that want to enable their advisors but have to find a way to scale their Compliance solutions.Thank you for stopping by, Todd.[]

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