British media producers were left asking ‘What Happened?’ Monday, after failed U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton chose to cancel television and radio appearances promoting her new book in the United Kingdom.
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The former Secretary of State and first lady is reportedly in talks with the Ivy League school to take on a formal role with the university.
Clinton could potentially be deemed a “University Professor” at the famed New York institution, a position that would permit her to lecture in multiple departments and schools but without a specific course restriction, a source told The News.
It took Hillary Clinton five long days to come out with a tepid statement against sexual predator and all around pig, Harvey Weinstein.
A federal court has agreed to examine newly uncovered emails former Secretary of State Clinton sent and received via her private server. However, the new administration has adamantly tried to stop such a discovery.
About halfway through Hillary Clinton’s election memoir, What Happened, the former Democratic presidential candidate quotes 19th century poet John Greenleaf Whittier:
“For all sad words of tongue and pen, the saddest are these: ‘It might have been.’”
ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland judge ordered the state bar to open an investigation Monday into the three lawyers who helped former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to delete her private emails.
Circuit Judge Paul F. Harris Jr. said the complaints lodged against David E. Kendall, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson were “egregious” and said the state bar couldn’t brush them aside by calling them “frivolous.”