VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is making her presence felt on President Barack Obama's summer vacation — in more ways than one.
The former secretary of state happens to be holding a book signing Wednesday on Martha's Vineyard, where her former boss is on a two-week getaway from Washington.
And while the commander in chief has been trying to balance leisure time with juggling global crises, Clinton weighed in with a magazine interview that took issue with some of his handling of foreign policy.
Clinton called the president at his vacation home Tuesday to let him know she wasn't trying to attack him. And her spokesman says she plans on "hugging it out" with Obama when both are scheduled to attend an island party Wednesday night.