As President Obama battles a series of unfortunate events, Washington Post writer Sally Quinn suggests the Democrats could strengthen their position if Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton switched jobs. Foreign policy is Biden’s passion and secretary of state his dream job, Quinn wrote. And Clinton’s “incredible” job performance as secretary of state has cleared up doubts about how she’d be as vice president. “It would not be out of the question for Clinton and Biden to switch jobs sometime after the midterm elections,” Quinn wrote. “After the president announced the switch, majorities in both houses of Congress would have to confirm Clinton to her new position, following the rules laid out in the 25th Amendment. She could then immediately begin campaigning for Obama for 2012, and she would also have at least two years in the White House as vice president to give her unassailable experience, clout and credibility.”
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