Hillary Clinton: politician and public servant

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Hillary Clinton was at the time secretary of state in this photo and helped put the Iran deal in place. Hillary Clinton has done years of service to her community and government

Louis De Salvio, Editor

Hillary Rodham Clinton has become an inspiration for Americans all over the country with her persistency to fight for everything she believes is right. Clinton became the fist ever female nominee for president of the United States, Clinton has continually lived according to the principals of American democracy and culture for much of her life, and had consistently fought of basic human rights, and continues to this day fighting.
Clinton came up in a regular home, she never dreamed of a big political career. Clinton wanted to be lawyer, and had the full support of her mother and father. Clinton, after years of study and practice, became a successful lawyer, even being put on the Watergate case. Throughout her law school and career as a lawyer, she was dating a man named Bill Clinton. Clinton, after quite a long time dating, married Bill, and through that marriage became first lady of the United States. As first lady, Clinton grew to become Bill’s right hand wo-man, she was even tasked with a new healthcare program. Clinton also worked immensely hard to help children.
After the White House, Clinton went to live in New York where she became a senator, and helped fight for those affected by 9/11, and helped to end racial profiling in New York, with the stopping of Stop and Frisk.
In 2012, after Clinton’s long political career, she decided to run for President of the United States against Barack Obama, she did not win that election, but despite the adversarial nature of politics, Clinton became President Obama’s friend, and was put on her cabinet as Secretary of State. As Madam Secretary, she helped to stop the creation of nuclear bombs in Iran and worked with foreign powers to garnet peace and civility. Then she ran for President once again against Donald Trump and became the first ever female nominee of a major political party.

Hillary Rodham Clinton has become an inspiration for Americans all over the country with her persistency  to fight for everything she believes is right. Clinton became the fist ever female nominee for president of the United States, Clinton has continually lived according to the principals of American democracy and culture for much of her life, and had consistently fought of basic human rights, and continues to this day fighting.

Clinton came up in a regular home, she never dreamed  of a big political career. Clinton wanted to be lawyer, and had the full support of her mother and father. Clinton, after years of study and practice, became a successful lawyer, even being put on the Watergate case. Throughout her law school and career as a lawyer, she was dating a man named Bill Clinton. Clinton, after quite a long time dating, married Bill, and through that marriage became first lady of the United States. As first lady, Clinton grew to become Bill’s right hand wo-man, she was even tasked with a new healthcare program. Clinton also worked immensely hard to help children.

After the White House, Clinton went to live in New York where she became a senator, and helped fight for those affected by 9/11, and helped to end racial profiling in New York, with the stopping of Stop and Frisk.

In 2012, after Clinton’s long political career, she decided to run for President of the United States against Barack Obama, she did not win that election, but despite the adversarial nature of politics, Clinton became President Obama’s friend, and was put on her cabinet as Secretary of State. As Madam Secretary, she helped to stop the creation of nuclear bombs in Iran and worked with foreign powers to garnet peace and civility. Then she ran for President once again against Donald Trump and became the first ever female nominee of a major political party.