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Hillary Clinton was in Oslo, Norway today, International Women’s Day, to receive an honorary doctorate at the BI Business School.

Our best compliments, Mme. Secretary!

Look for Hillary around the 38:33 minute mark.

OSLO, NORWAY – MARCH 08: Hillary Clinton attends the Gender Equality Conference at BI Business School on March 8, 2019 in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Rune Hellestad/Getty Images)

OSLO, NORWAY – MARCH 08: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends the BI Business School on The International Women’s Day on March 8, 2019 in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Rune Hellestad – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

OSLO, NORWAY – MARCH 08: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton attends the BI Business School on The International Women’s Day on March 8, 2019 in Oslo, Norway. (Photo by Rune Hellestad – Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

Just a personal note from me:  She always shines in these interviews and did so again today. I particularly liked this interviewer. There was something very simpatico about him. I liked his organization of the questions. Very pleasant. She was at ease. It was all around a nice atmosphere.

 

 

 

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She has said it many times off camera. I don’t know how many times she needs to say it before people believe her. My main issue with people not believing her is that they are calling her a liar. Hillary Clinton is not a liar! Get off Hillary’s porch if that is what you are implying! (And yes, when you say, “she can change her mind,” that is exactly what you are implying. You are saying Hillary is coy. She is not. You are saying Hillary plays games. She does not!)

She has made up her mind. She has made her decision. Start listening to the vast field of candidates who are actually running. If you refuse, you are playing straight into Russia’s hand.

This is her plan. Grow up and deal with it.


Hillary Clinton ruled out a 2020 presidential run for the first time on camera in an exclusive interview with News 12, pledging instead to take an active role by working with the candidates in the crowded Democratic field.

“I’m not running, but I’m going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for what I believe,” she told News 12‘s Tara Rosenblum.

In her first local TV interview since the midterm elections, the former first lady and secretary of state opened up about 2016, 2020 and beyond. She expressed deep concerns about the state of American politics today — and vowed to be vocal about those concerns.

“I want to be sure that people understand I’m going to keep speaking out,” Clinton said. “I’m not going anywhere. What’s at stake in our country, the kind of things that are happening right now are deeply troubling to me. And I’m also thinking hard about how do we start talking and listening to each other again? We’ve just gotten so polarized. We’ve gotten into really opposing camps unlike anything I’ve ever seen in my adult life.”

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This came up as a result of a discussion on a Hillary Facebook site. I realized after I wrote it that this is my nugget. This is what I know and believe.
” In the end, it is a question of morals. Either we stand together against human rights abuses or we are complicit. This is not about personalities. It is not about Hillary, Bernie, or Individual-1. In 20-30 years it will be about whether or not we stood against this regime. It will not be about whether we insisted that Hillary Clinton run. Chose your standard wisely.” – me

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Congratulations, Mme. Secretary!

 

 


Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton highlighted the Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast on Sunday at Wallace Community College-Selma.

Clinton received the 2019 International Unity Award and was inducted into the Women’s Hall of Fame by former Senator Hank Sanders and his wife, Rose Sanders.

“Women have a hard time when they seek position of power and fight for women’s rights,” Hank Sanders said. “She had to fight to become a Senator and fight to become Secretary of State.”

The capacity crowd in WCCS Gymnasium gave a thunderous standing ovation for Clinton, a former U.S. Presidential candidate in the Democrat party. The former First Lady connected the two honors.

“The two honors go hand in hand,” Clinton said. “The fight for Civil Rights, Women’s Rights and human Rights have been the driving force of my career. I’m humbled and honored to receive the award.”

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Hillary Clinton receives award at Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee Unity Breakfast

HIllary Clinton receives award in Selma

HIllary Clinton receives award in Selma

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton received the International Unity Award at the Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King Unity Breakfast in Selma, Alabama Sunday morning.

The breakfast was one of the events during the annual Selma Bridge Crossing Jubilee.

Clinton was also inducted into the National Voting Rights Museum Women’s Hall of Fame.

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Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

Key Speakers At The Martin and Coretta King Unity Breakfast : News Photo

 

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The Clintons were Broadway bound Friday night, and the word spread quickly!

IF ONLYTMZ.com

It sounds like there’s some serious buyer’s remorse going on with the last Presidential election because people went wild for Hillary Clinton Friday night.

Hillary, Bill and Chelsea hit up “To Kill a Mockingbird” — the hottest ticket on Broadway —

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Hillary and Bill Clinton accompanied U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell to her husband’s funeral. Bill Clinton delivered the eulogy.


WASHINGTON — A week after his death in Dearborn, former U.S. Rep. John Dingell was remembered Thursday in the nation’s capital by several legislative colleagues and one old hunting buddy — former President Bill Clinton.

“The thing that I loved most about him was that he was a world-class doer,” said Clinton of Dingell, who during more than 59 years in Congress helped write and pass some of the most important civil rights, environmental and health care legislation in the nation’s history. “John Dingell was just about the best doer in the history of American public life.”

Dingell, a Democrat who became the longest-serving member of Congress, died last week at age 92. A funeral was held for him in Dearborn on Tuesday and another service began Thursday shortly after 10:30 a.m. at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in northwest Washington, D.C.

A veteran, he is expected to be interred at Arlington National Cemetery on Friday.

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Bill Clinton turns comforter-in-chief as he hugs John Dingell’s widow Debbie at longest-ever serving Congressman’s Washington D.C. funeral attended by political leaders and Wonder Woman

  • Former president leads mourners at Washington D.C. funeral for John Dingell, who died last week aged 92
  • Longest-serving Congressman in history was praised for his 59 years representing Michigan district
  • Clinton and his wife flanked Debbie Dingell, the congressman’s widow, who now holds his district
  • Clinton joked that it was only time people could get the last word from Dingell and hugged his widow
  • Also eulogized by John Boehner, the former GOP speaker, John Lewis, the civil rights icon and Democratic Congressman, and Steny Hoyer, second most powerful Democrat in Congress
  • Mourners included Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Nancy Pelosi, presidential hopefuls Amy Klobuchar and Kirsten Gilibrand – and Lynda Carter, who played Wonder Woman

By Associated Press

Published: 11:18 EST, 14 February 2019 | Updated: 15:50 EST, 14 February 2019

Longtime Rep. John Dingell was remembered Thursday as ‘one of the greats’ as lawmakers and former colleagues hailed his record-breaking service in the House.

The 92-year-old Dingell who died last week, served 59 years in Congress, longer than anyone else in U.S. history. The Michigan Democrat was the longtime chairman of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Many of the laws forged over the past 60 years reflect Dingell’s influence, former House Speaker John Boehner and other speakers said, and touch on everything from health care to the environment, civil rights and the auto industry, which Dingell fiercely defended throughout his tenure.

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Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church : News Photo

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church : News Photo

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church : News Photo

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church : News Photo

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church : News Photo

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church : News Photo

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Funeral Mass Held For Rep. John Dingell At D.C.'s Holy Trinity Catholic Church

 

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Thursday
Feb 07
2019
New York, NY
Statement

For Immediate Release: February 7, 2019

Statement from President Clinton and Secretary Clinton on the passing of John Dingell

Hillary and I mourn the passing of John Dingell, one of the finest public servants in American history.  For nearly 60 years, John represented the people of Michigan with honor, integrity, great good humor, and an unequaled ability to get good legislation passed.  There are few major legislative triumphs since 1955 that John didn’t have a key hand in passing.  He was a passionate advocate for health care for all and was instrumental in creating Medicare and passing the Afforable Care Act; a defender of the environment who helped pass the Clean Water Act and Endangered Species Act; and tireless champion of civil rights who would often cite his vote for the Civil Rights Act of 1964 as the proudest and most important of his career.  His respect for his constituents, his colleagues of both parties, and the institutions of Congress are a valuable reminder today of what a noble calling public service can be.  Hillary and I are grateful to have had the chance to work with him, to celebrate his becoming the longest-serving member of Congress in history, and most of all, to call him our friend.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Debbie and his entire family.

 

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