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Clinton surrogates throw the jabs

Hillary Clinton greeted the public Wednesday before speaking in Independence, Iowa. Her campaign strategy now includes exhibiting a warmer, more personable image. However, her supporters continue to criticize rival Barack Obama. Hillary Clinton greeted the public Wednesday before speaking in Independence, Iowa. Her campaign strategy now includes exhibiting a warmer, more personable image. However, her supporters continue to criticize rival Barack Obama. (Charlie Neibergall/Associated Press)
By Marcella Bombardieri
Globe Staff / December 21, 2007

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GRUNDY CENTER, Iowa - Hillary Clinton's campaign is exhibiting signs of a split personality. Touring Iowa this week, she has criticized Barack Obama only implicitly as she focused on showing a softer picture of herself as a loyal friend and tireless public servant, tearful old friends and grateful constituents by her side. (Full article: 702 words)

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