secretary of state
Even if Obama wins a second term, Hillary Clinton will be moving on in 2012, according to an article in this week’s Telegraph. Clinton sees herself "going back to private life...."
Our Secretary of State, with arm in sling, speaking with Globovision.ShareThis
I do not think that Hillary Clinton is being marginalized, yet.
In her first trip abroad since taking office, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will travel to Asia, departing Washington, DC on February 15. Secretary Clinton will visit Japan (February 16-18), Indonesia (February 18-19), the Republic of Korea (February 19-20), and China (February 20-22).
As she prepares for her first overseas trip as Secretary of State I got to thinking of the Hillary I know, not the Hillary some imagine.
There are those, like wifebot, who are convinced she drank the Kool-Aid and is dedicated to carrying out the foreign policy goals of his Oliness. These are the people, many former Hillary supporters too, who always ask me, "aren't you thrilled with the new Secretary of State', 'What an achievement." I'm not here to pass on how I respond to them.ShareThis
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President-Elect Barack Obama has finally named Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton as Secretary of State today. I am thrilled, but nervous, since I expect the press to react like this for the next four years, and she will face many challenges in her new position, including - perhaps - other members of Barack Obama's Administration.ShareThis