Howard Wolfson reacts testily to a pretty banal Obama comment on Clinton. Jason Zengerle notes:

The sort of hair-trigger response demonstrated by Wolfson serves only to strengthen Obama's original point about Clinton being something of a divisive figure. Indeed, Wolfson's response even serves to make that point stronger than Obama did - since it shows that Clinton's divisiveness is, sometimes, a problem of her own making.

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