Read Hillary Clinton’s nomination speech carefully and you will discover an enormously promising — and these days radical — approach to governing the United States.
Largely lost amid the cheering of most Democrats and the jeering of Bernie Sanders followers, Clinton envisioned a far less ideological and more pragmatic presidency than that of Barack Obama.
If she holds to her word — and there is no reason to doubt that she will try — Clinton will follow in the get-things-done-through-compromise footsteps of LBJ rather than the my-way-or-the-highway style of BHO.
During eight years in the U.S. Senate, Clinton earned a strong reputation among Republicans and Democrats as a hard worker and trustworthy legislative partner. Clearly, she understands that the White House needs a reset with Congress before one with Russia.