Pollster John Zogby reports in our weekly White House report card that President Obama scored good points on jobs, his veto and fight with Israel over Iran negotiations. He also looked especially good when compared to Hillary Rodham Clinton and her email affair.

"In challenging President Obama, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu offered nothing new or any solutions to Iran's grab for nuclear weapons. He also changed no minds — and now he is gone and no one is talking about him. The president is still the president of the United States and is still the chief negotiator in dealing with Iran's nuclear aspirations.

"Also helping Obama, Congress failed to override his veto of the Keystone XL pipeline and gave in on their fight against funding immigration reforms in the Homeland Security appropriations bill.

"And the president's polling held pretty steady, down a couple of points. The economy grew by 295,000 new jobs and the unemployment is down to 5.5 percent.

"Finally, despite the travails of office, Obama truly had a better week than his former secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton, didn't he? I am calling this a good week."

Grade — B

Up from last week's D