Hillary Clinton believes that she is capable of being "commander-in-chief" and "from day one," nonetheless.

But an article in Monday's New York Times, "Sniping Within Campaign Tarnishes Clinton's Image," reveals that she cannot even manage her campaign populated by long-time loyalists.  When she had a choice, the Times reports, "she valued loyalty and familiarity over experience and expertise."

This is not a formula for the success of a president.