Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonPelosi on power in DC: 'You have to seize it' Cuba readies for life without Castro Chelsea Clinton: Pics of Trump getting vaccinated would help him 'claim credit' MORE indicated there is little daylight between the economic vision President Obama laid out in Tuesday night's State of the Union address and her own. 

Moments after Obama wrapped up his hourlong speech, Clinton, who is getting closer to making a decision about a 2016 presidential run, took to Twitter to say that Obama "pointed (the) way to an economy that works for all." 


"Now we need to step up & deliver for the middle class," Clinton wrote, adding the hashtags "fair shot" and "fair share" to her tweet. 

The message gives a glimpse into the economic message the would-be presidential candidate is crafting for what would be her second bid for the White House. 

It was the second time in a week that Clinton shared a message about the economy on the social media platform. On Friday, Clinton appealed to progressives in the Democratic Party by writing, "Attacking financial reform is risky and wrong. Better for Congress to focus on jobs and wages for middle class families." 

Clinton allies say the former secretary of State will endorse most of Obama's economic policies on the campaign trail, showing little space between her and her former boss and onetime rival. 

The allies say her campaign is likely to focus on middle-class issues, including women's issues.