Why give up a Senate seat for Secretary of State? Theory is she may go to Supreme Court.
by Susie Lehto 22 months ago
Office of Inspector General: 78 pages PDF https://cryptome.org/2016/05/state-oig- … emails.pdf Office of the Secretary: Evaluation of Email Records Management and Cybersecurity Requirements This is huge! I'm going through the report right now. The report says: "Secretary Clinton...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
PresidentLove or hate Hillary Clinton, she is leading significantly in the polls for Democratic presidential candidate. She has the political smarts & experience to led this country. She also have a huge & influential following of people from celebrities to everyday...
by Susie Lehto 21 months ago
"It was the State Department’s Inspector General that found in THREE SEPARATE INVESTIGATIONS and two audits that $6 billion was lost to contract mismanagement, fraud, and incompetence during Clinton’s tenure. This woman lost that amount of money because of mismanaged contracts, fraud and...
by Ralph Schwartz 4 weeks ago
Hillary has hinted and has been fundraising in the last month, which some say indicates she is preparing for another run at President Trump. Others say she's just trying to make it look like she's a candidate to keep the law off of her tail.Thoughts?
by pisean282311 7 years ago
There is a growing bipartisan consensus that Hillary Clinton is the best ever Secretary of State, US President Barack Obama has said.His decision to appoint Clinton as the Secretary of State was one of his better decisions, the US President has said.Obama who made a rare appearance at the Foggy...
by Kathryn L Hill 2 years ago
Hillary Clinton could win the election on 11/ 8 /16. Based on her beliefs, habits and attitudes how will her nomination affect the Nation? For Instance:"Throughout her time in office, (secretary of state,) and in her final speech concluding it, Clinton viewed "smart power" as the...
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