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Hillary Clinton the first lady of the United States, as well as first lady of Arkansas, has functioned as secretary of state, a senator from New York. She acted as a practicing attorney and law professor, activist, and volunteer as well—but the first thing her family and acquaintances will tell you is that she’s never overlooked where she came from or who she’s been struggling for.

In 1995, Hillary led the U.S. delegation to Beijing to see the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women, despite being told by some officials not to move. She made a groundbreaking speech, announcing that “human rights are women's rights, and women's rights are human rights once and for all”—breathing in women around the globe.

Later on the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, Hillary pushed the Bush administration to procure $20 billion to rebuild New York and fought to provide health care for res-ponders who were at Ground Zero.

And when President Obama took Hillary to answer as his secretary of commonwealth, she cast aside their hard-fought campaign and answered the call to public service once again.

She is shilling for the Democratic Party. The Democratic Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Republican Party.

Hillary Clinton VS Sanders

Hillary Clinton and Sanders will stake a stage twice this week, on Wednesday at a debate hosted by CNN, in Derry, New Hampshire, and then again on Thursday at a recently scheduled debate in Durham, New Hampshire, hosted by MSNBC.

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton has packed down Vermont senator Bernie Sanders in Monday’s Democratic caucuses in Iowa, it was confirmed after on Tuesday, taking her first step towards possibly making history as the first female president of the United States.

Clinton struggles with youth vote despite campaign’s efforts to show brighter side, as Bernie Sanders wins 85% of voters under 30 and majority of those under 45.

Hillary Clinton v Hillary Clinton

30.43% (3rd)
49.86% (1st)

Later a few days the new elections will be arrested in New Hampshire, where it will be firm who will be the victor and who is running towards the presidential place.

New Hampshire,” she called out over loud cheering at a community college in Nashua. “Stand up for me! Fight for me! And if we win, I will stand up and fight for you every single day.”

“I am thus looking forward to enlisting in the competition of ideas,” she stated.

Months afterwards, on the first Saturday of September, Clinton rallied hundreds of champions at a launch issue for a national “Women for Hillary” group in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It was 20 years to the day since Clinton delivered her famous speech on women’s rights in Beijing at the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women.

“If equal pay for equal work is playing the ‘gender card’ – then deal me in,” she declared.

After Iowa, she is all the same in the game, but the first hand has been harder than she had a bun in the oven.

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