The Clinton camp would dearly love to get its hands on the list, but there is no promise as yet that the president’s aides will comply.
There are “large concerns” about the lists among Clinton supporters, one Hillary ally told The Hill.
To the Clintons and their friends, it’s near unthinkable that a Democratic president — who has plenty of reasons to want a member of his party to succeed him — would withhold such a valuable commodity.
But Team Obama has long believed that the president’s support is built upon the bedrock of his personal qualities rather than mere party identification. His people are loath to be seen as treating the passion of his supporters in a cavalier fashion.