Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers the keynote address at Marketo’s 2014 Marketing Nation Summit in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Ben Margot, File)

April 18 (Bloomberg) — Hillary Clinton wrote and circled the word “no” next to future Vice President Joe Biden’s name on a list of lawmakers who supported or opposed her health-care plan in 1993, according to newly released documents from the Clinton presidential library.

Her eventual successor as secretary of state, John Kerry, was marked as “probably not” with a rectangle sketched around the two words. And then-Representative Steve Gunderson, a Wisconsin Republican, told her, in Clinton’s words, that future House Speaker Dennis Hastert, a Republican from Illinois, was a “tool of Republican leadership which wants to kill admin[instration] plan.”

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