Hilary Rodham Clinton

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Noun1.Hilary Rodham Clinton - wife of President Clinton and later a woman member of the United States Senate (1947-)
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It goes without saying that, all things being equal, President Donald Trump would not have even become a candidate for the Presidency had the US electorate not opted for inexperienced novice Obama for the 2008 election cycle, where the electorate had the choice of the qualified, competent and experienced Hilary Rodham Clinton, who would have made an excellent contribution as the first female president of the United States of America before her deceitful patterns of behaviour dating to before the Whitewater corruption case had become widely known.
Benjamin Souede, a Portland attorney who worked as a senior adviser for Hilary Rodham Clinton when she was a U.S.
Anthony and Hilary Rodham Clinton. And while their contributions to the current landscape for women in America are notable and admirable, they don't tell the whole story.
The second edition has been completely overhauled to include the First Ladyships of Hilary Rodham Clinton, Laura Bush and Michelle Obama throughout every chapter in the book and 15 years of new research on issues of the First Lady.
Liebenberg served as chair of the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, a post first held by by former Secretary of State Hilary Rodham Clinton. Following in the footsteps of their former leader, the commission set out to proactively address the issue.
11 terrorist attacks, when then New York City mayor Rudy Guilani, a Republican, stood shoulder to shoulder with then US senator Hilary Rodham Clinton, a Democrat as they went to Ground Zero, talked and encouraged firefighters and police, and comforted families of the victims.
Days before Hilary Rodham Clinton's May arrival in China, blind Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng sought protection at the U.S.