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Today marks the 65th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth’s ascension to the throne. It was a sad day for the princess because her father had passed away. She is the longest-reigning monarch in British history.

The Clinton Library posted this photo to mark the occasion.

Best wishes to Queen Elizabeth on her . This photo was taken Dec. 14, 2000.

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Bill and Hillary Clinton were out on the town last night. They took in a performance of the Broadway hit In Transit, billed as a love letter to New York City, at the Circle in the Square.  Perhaps they were celebrating Hillary’s new book deal and upcoming speaking engagements.

Of course she got another standing ovation because B’way loves Hillary!

Hillary, Bill Clinton Get a Standing Ovation at Broadway’s ‘In Transit’


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I’m here today to honor our democracy & its enduring values. I will never stop believing in our country & its future.

The pictures speak for themselves.

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At the luncheon, Donald Trump thanked the Clintons for attending and called for a standing ovation.

KODAK Digital Still Camera

KODAK Digital Still Camera

KODAK Digital Still Camera

KODAK Digital Still Camera


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With the election over and dissatisfaction widespread, the Clinton campaign team joined in the recounts asking specifically for help in Michigan and Wisconsin.

Hillary, meanwhile, when not trekking in the woods, was socializing with her neighbors and looking fine.

Time Magazine named her “Number 2 Top Influencer.”  She actually won the popular vote by readers for “Person of the Year,” but, like the electors, the magazine’s top brass chose Trump.

Randol Schoenberg sued the FBI for the warrant that was used to examine a laptop belonging to Anthony Weiner for Hillary’s emails.

Hillary returned to Capitol Hill to celebrate Harry Reid’s retirement.


The electors requested a background briefing on the Russian interference in the election. It was not granted.

Hillary continued making some social rounds.

The electors met and elected Donald Trump. Judge Kevin Castel unsealed the warrant that Randol Schoenberg requested.  Schoenberg found the probable cause flimsy.

Hillary stuck around home with her best guy over Christmas weekend. They attended services near home.


Hillary sent a holiday message the leads us to expect to hear more from her in the future. She also topped Gallup’s Most Admired Women List again.

She spent the week between Christmas and New Year’s on a little vacation in the hill just north of home. We wish Hillary and her family the happiest and healthiest of New Years.


Here is the archive for December 2016 >>>>

Happy New year to all, and thank you again for all of your support during 2016 and for your kind  and generous contributions to Hillary’s campaign.  We fought the good fight.

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Hillary spent a day or two out and about in and around Chappaqua before heading to the hills upstate for a few days as 2016 comes to an end.

At the Botanical Gardens.


Here she is with my pal Ronni Diamonstein.



With sundry guests at the upstate resort.

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It’s nice to see her having fun!

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These photos made the rounds over the weekend.


Date night


Fresh bob and purple manicure


Christmas Eve services


Out for a stroll

We’ve seen her in this coat from time to time. It’s one of her favorites around the winter holidays. Most memorably, it is the coat she was sporting when she landed in Afghanistan in November 2009.  This photo got a four-column spread on the front page of the New York Times on November 19, 2009.


Hillary Rodham Clinton

Here is Hillary’s holiday message – tweeted this afternoon.

The holidays are a time to be thankful for our blessings. Let’s rejoice in this season & look forward with renewed hope & determination. -H

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Nov 07

Hillary and I are deeply saddened by the passing of Janet Reno, an extraordinary public servant who dedicated her life to advancing justice, equality, and innovations in criminal justice that would save and lift lives.

As Attorney General for all eight years of my Presidency, Janet worked tirelessly to make our communities safer, protect the vulnerable, and to strike the right balance between seeking justice and avoiding abuse of power.  From her work as a prosecutor in Florida pioneering “drug courts” that gave first-time offenders the chance to avoid jail time, to her leadership enforcing the Violence Against Women Act and Brady Bill as Attorney General, she never forgot that policy matters and makes a difference in the lives of real people. It’s fitting that she spent her last years with family and friends, living in the house her mother built with her own hands.  Janet was her mother’s daughter.  I will always be grateful for her service, counsel, and friendship.

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