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Hillary Rodham Clinton

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Hillary Rodham Clinton

American politicianadd

Category: Politics

Born in 1947.

Countries: United States (62%), Arkansas (7%), (4%)

Main connections: Bill Clinton, Barack Obama, Arkansas

Linked to: Legal Services Corporation, Yale Law School, The New York Times, Democratic Party




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Hillary Rodham Clinton was born in 1947 add something


However, the Everest climb did not take place until 1953, more than five years after she was born. add something


Raised in a politically conservative household, at age thirteen Rodham helped canvass South Side Chicago following the very close 1960 U.S. presidential election, where she found evidence of electoral fraud against Republican candidate Richard Nixon. add something


King’s dream began to be realized when President Johnson passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964, when he was able to get through Congress something that President Kennedy was hopeful to do, the President before had not even tried, but it took a president to get it done. add something


For her senior year, she was redistricted to Maine South High School, where she was a National Merit Finalist and graduated in the top five percent of her class of 1965. add something


In 1965, Rodham enrolled at Wellesley College, where she majored in political science. add something


Steve Goodman - He graduated from Maine East High School in Park Ridge, Illinois in 1965, where he was a classmate of Hillary Rodham Clinton


In early 1968, she was elected president of the Wellesley College Government Association and served through early 1969; she was instrumental in keeping Wellesley from being embroiled in the student disruptions common to other colleges. add something


In 1969, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts, with departmental honors in political science. add something


Eric L. Clay - Born in Durham, North Carolina, North Carolina, Clay earned a bachelor's degree Phi Beta Kappa from the University of North Carolina in 1969 and a J.D. in 1972 from Yale Law School, where he was a classmate of future president Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton


Wellesley College - Secretaries of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, class of 1969, and Madeleine Albright, class of 1959, have spoken with enthusiasm about the formative impact their Wellesley experiences had on their later careers


In the summer of 1970, she was awarded a grant to work at Marian Wright Edelman's Washington Research Project, where she was assigned to Senator Walter Mondale's Subcommittee on Migratory Labor. add something


In the late spring of 1971, she began dating Bill Clinton, a law student at Yale. add something


In 1972, Chisholm won 152 delegates and one no-delegates "beauty contest" primary. add something


Her first scholarly article, "Children Under the Law", was published in the Harvard Educational Review in late 1973. add something


She received a Juris Doctor degree from Yale in 1973, having stayed on an extra year to be with Clinton. add something


Bill Clinton had lost the congressional race in 1974, but in November 1976 was elected Arkansas Attorney General, and so the couple moved to the state capital of Little Rock. add something


During 1974, she was a member of the impeachment inquiry staff in Washington, D.C., advising the House Committee on the Judiciary during the Watergate scandal. add something


In August 1974, Rodham moved to Fayetteville, Arkansas, Arkansas, and became one of only two female faculty members in the School of Law at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas. add something


The committee's work culminated in the resignation of President Richard Nixon in August 1974. add something


Hillary Rodham and Bill Clinton bought a house in Fayetteville, Arkansas in the summer of 1975, and Hillary finally agreed to marry. add something


Later that year, President Jimmy_Carter appointed her to the board of directors of the Legal Services Corporation, and she served in that capacity from 1978 until the end of 1981. add something


Hillary Rodham and Bill Clinton lived in this 980 square feet house in the Hillcrest neighborhood of Little Rock from 1977 to 1979 while he was Arkansas Attorney General. add something


In 1977, Rodham cofounded the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, a state-level alliance with the Children's Defense Fund. add something


Rodham maintained her interest in children's law and family policy, publishing the scholarly articles "Children's Policies: Abandonment and Neglect" in 1977 and "Children's Rights: A Legal Perspective" in 1979. add something


There, in February 1977, Rodham joined the venerable Rose Law Firm, a bastion of Arkansan political and economic influence. add something


During 1978 and 1979, while looking to supplement their income, Rodham made a spectacular profit from trading cattle futures contracts; an initial $1,000 investment generated nearly $100,000 when she stopped trading after ten months. add something


From mid-1978 to mid-1980, she served as the chair of that board, the first woman to do so. add something


Following her husband's November 1978 election as Governor of Arkansas, Rodham became First Lady of Arkansas in January 1979, her title for twelve years (1979–1981, 1983–1992). add something


In 1979, Rodham became the first woman to be made a full partner of Rose Law Firm. add something


Rodham is still chair after having given birth "a few weeks ago"; Chelsea Clinton was born on February 27, 1980. add something


The firm was called Rose, Nash, Williamson, Carroll, Clay & Giroir, but it simplified its name to Rose Law Firm in 1980. add something


Background release, Legal Services Corporation, September 1980. add something


Bill Clinton returned to the governor's office two years later by winning the election of 1982. add something


From 1982 to 1988, Clinton was on the board of directors, sometimes as chair, of the New World Foundation, which funded a variety of New Left interest groups. add something


As First Lady of Arkansas, Hillary Clinton was named chair of the Arkansas Educational Standards Committee in 1983, where she sought to reform the state's court-sanctioned public education system. add something


She was named Arkansas Woman of the Year in 1983 and Arkansas Mother of the Year in 1984. add something


In 1985, she introduced Arkansas's Home Instruction Program for Preschool Youth, a program that helps parents work with their children in preschool preparedness and literacy. add something


From 1987 to 1991, she chaired the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession, which addressed gender bias in the law profession and induced the association to adopt measures to combat it. add something


She was twice named by the National Law Journal as one of the 100 most influential lawyers in America: in 1988 and in 1991. add something


Sarah Phillips - She founded Sarah Phillips New York in 1989 and was the designer for the 1992 Inaugural Ball gown for Hillary Rodham Clinton


When Bill Clinton thought about not running again for governor in 1990, Hillary considered running, but private polls were unfavorable and, in the end, he ran and was reelected for the final time. add something


Hillary Clinton received sustained national attention for the first time when her husband became a candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination of 1992. add something


Joe Biden - Biden wrote an amendment in 1992 to compel the Bush administration to arm the Bosnians, but deferred in 1994 to a somewhat softer stance preferred by the Clinton administration, before signing on the following year to a stronger measure sponsored by Bob Dole and Joe Lieberman.


Tammy Wynette - In 1992, future First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton said during a "60 Minutes" interview either I'm not sitting here as some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette


Diane Sawyer - She conducted the first interview with U.S. President Bill Clinton and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton after his first election to the presidency in 1992


The Clinton family arrives at the White House on Marine One, 1993. add something


When Bill Clinton took office as president in January 1993, Hillary Rodham Clinton became the First Lady of the United States, and announced that she would be using that form of her name. add something


Triggered in part by the death of her father in April 1993, she publicly sought to find a synthesis of Methodist teachings, liberal religious political philosophy, and Tikkun editor Michael Lerner's "politics of meaning" to overcome what she saw as America's "sleeping sickness of the soul" and that would lead to a willingness "to remold society by redefining what it means to be a human being in the twentieth century, moving into a new millennium. add something


Dean Ornish - He has been a physician consultant to former President Bill Clinton since 1993, when Ornish was first asked by Hillary Rodham Clinton to consult with the chefs at The White House, Camp David, and Air Force One to cook more healthfully


National Legal and Policy Center - On February 24, 1993, Hillary Rodham Clinton and the six Cabinet members serving on the task force were sued under the Federal Advisory Committee Act in U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by NLPC, along with two other groups, the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons and the American Council for Health Care Reform


In March 1994, newspaper reports revealed her spectacular profits from cattle futures trading in 1978–1979; allegations were made in the press of conflict of interest and disguised bribery, and several individuals analyzed her trading records, but no formal investigation was made and she was never charged with any wrongdoing. add something


The First Lady's approval ratings, which had generally been in the high-50s percent range during her first year, fell to 44 percent in April 1994 and 35 percent by September 1994. add something


The plan did not receive enough support for a floor vote in either the House or the Senate, although Democrats controlled both chambers, and the proposal was abandoned in September 1994. add something


Newt Gingrich - However, by 1994, the Clinton Administration appeared to be more concerned with universal health care and no details or a plan had emerged on welfare reform.


In 1995, New York Times writer Todd Purdum labeled Clinton 'the First Lady as Rorschach test', an assessment echoed at the time by feminist writer and activist Betty Friedan, who said, 'Coverage of Hillary Clinton is a massive Rorschach test of the evolution of women in our society. add something


In 1995, Hillary Clinton said her mother had named her after Sir Edmund Hillary, who, with Sherpa Tenzing, was the first mountaineer to scale Mount Everest, and that was the reason for the unusual "two L's" spelling of her name. add something


The records were found in the First Lady's White House book room after a two-year search, and delivered to investigators in early 1996. add something


Ananda Lewis - Her executives knew that this kind of gumption was the right stuff for a live show host," In 1996, on an installment of the show entitled "It Takes a Village," Lewis interviewed then-First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, whose book with that title had been published earlier in the year


Newt Gingrich - In 1996, after constructing two welfare reform bills that were vetoed by President Clinton, Gingrich and his supporters pushed for passage of the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act, which was intended to reconstruct the welfare system.


Karen Tumulty - In 1996, she became a White House Correspondent, writing major stories on President Bill Clinton and Hillary Rodham Clinton


Along with Senators Ted Kennedy and Orrin Hatch, she was a force behind the passage of the State Children's Health Insurance Program in 1997, a federal effort that provided state support for children whose parents could not provide them with health coverage, and conducted outreach efforts on behalf of enrolling children in the program once it became law. add something


In 1997, she initiated and shepherded the Adoption and Safe Families Act, which she regarded as her greatest accomplishment as First Lady. add something


The book made the New York Times Best Seller list and Clinton received the Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album in 1997 for the book's audio recording. add something


Sanjay Gupta - From 1997 to 1998, he served as one of fifteen White House Fellows, primarily as an advisor to Hillary Clinton


Newt Gingrich - In 1997 President Clinton signed into effect the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997, which included the largest capital gains tax cut in U.S. history.


William Jefferson Clinton - President Bill_Clinton, first lady Hillary_Rodham_Clinton and their daughter Chelsea Clinton wave to watchers at a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue on Inauguration Day, January 20, 1997.


William Jefferson Clinton - Senators Ted Kennedy – a Democrat – and Orrin Hatch – a Republican – teamed up with Hillary Rodham Clinton and her staff in 1997, and succeeded in passing legislation forming the State Children's Health Insurance Program, the largest health care reform in the years of the Clinton Presidency.


Newt Gingrich - By May 1997, Republican congressional leaders reached a compromise with the Democrats and President Clinton on the federal budget.


Newt Gingrich - President Clinton signed the budget legislation in August 1997.


In 1998, the Clintons' relationship became the subject of much speculation when investigations revealed that the President had had extramarital relations with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. add something


When the long-serving United States Senator from New York, Daniel Patrick Moynihan, announced his retirement in November 1998, several prominent Democratic figures, including Representative Charles B. Rangel of New York, urged Clinton to run for Moynihan's open seat in the United States Senate election of 2000. add something


Charles B. Rangel - In late 1998, when long-time Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan of New York announced his retirement, Rangel was one of the first to advocate that First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton move to New York and run for the seat.


In 1999, she was instrumental in the passage of the Foster Care Independence Act, which doubled federal monies for teenagers aging out of foster care. add something


Independent Counsel Kenneth Starr investigated this, and by 1999, Starr was reported to be holding the investigation open, despite his staff having told him there was no case to be made. add something


Once she decided to run, the Clintons purchased a home in Chappaqua, New York, north of New York City , in September 1999. add something


Joe Biden - Cain-Biden Kosovo Resolution, which called on President Clinton to use all necessary force, including ground troops, to confront Milosevic over Serbian actions in Kosovo.


Newt Gingrich - Gingrich called upon President Clinton to submit a balanced budget for 1999—three years ahead of schedule—which Clinton did, making it the first time the federal budget had been balanced since 1969.


Rudy Giuliani - An early January 1999 poll showed Giuliani trailing Clinton by 10 points


John McCain - In the February 1999 Senate trial following the impeachment of Bill Clinton, McCain voted to convict the president on both the perjury and obstruction of justice counts, saying Clinton had violated his sworn oath of office


Bernard Arnault - On 8 December 1999, LVMH tower was unveiled in front of Hillary Clinton


Rangel of New York, urged Clinton to run for Moynihan's open seat in the United States Senate election of 2000. add something


When Starr's successor Robert Ray issued his final Whitewater reports in 2000, no claims were made against Hillary Clinton regarding this. add something


Clinton hosted many large-scale events at the White House, such as a Saint Patrick's Day reception, a state dinner for visiting Chinese dignitaries, a contemporary music concert that raised funds for music education in public schools, a New Year's Eve celebration at the turn of the 21st century, and a state dinner honoring the bicentennial of the White House in November 2000. add something


Joe Biden - Biden fought for certain amendments to the bill that would indirectly protect homeowners and forbid anti-abortion felons from using bankruptcy to discharge fines; the overall bill was vetoed by Bill Clinton in 2000 but finally passed as the Bankruptcy Abuse Prevention and Consumer Protection Act in 2005, with Biden supporting.


David Twersky (Skverer Rebbe) - During the 2000 Senate campaign, Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Rabbi Twersky and his wife in New Square while running for the U.S. Senate and got nearly 100 percent of the local vote


Bill de Blasio - He was tapped to serve as campaign manager for Hillary Rodham Clinton's successful United States Senate bid in 2000


Libby Pataki - In 2000, Pataki appeared on a radio show in which she criticized then-New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani for taking too long to drop out of the U.S. Senate race against First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton


Flavio Alves - In the early 2000s he worked as an assistant for then-Congressman Anthony Weiner and then-New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton


Nita Lowey - Lowey strongly considered running for the United States Senate in 2000, but stepped aside when First Lady of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton announced her candidacy.


Liberal Party of New York - The party endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton's successful campaign for the United States Senate in 2000, but this did not revive its fortunes


Rudy Giuliani - By January 2000, Giuliani had reversed the polls situation, pulling nine points ahead after taking advantage of several campaign stumbles by Clinton


Rudy Giuliani - By April 2000, reports showed Clinton gaining upstate and generally outworking Giuliani, who stated that his duties as mayor prevented him from campaigning more


Average consists of a 95 in 2001 through 2004 and 2006, a 100 in 2005, a 75 in 2007, and a 70 in 2008. add something


Clinton strongly supported the 2001 U.S. military action in Afghanistan, saying it was a chance to combat terrorism while improving the lives of Afghan women who suffered under the Taliban government. add something


She was sworn in as United States Senator on January 3, 2001. add something


Clinton voted for the USA Patriot Act in October 2001. add something


Clinton had been preparing for a potential candidacy for United States President since at least early 2003. add something


Clinton subsequently offered up some cookie recipes as a way of making amends, and would later write of her chagrin: "Besides, I've done quite a lot of cookie baking in my life, and tea-pouring too/" (Clinton 2003, p. add something


In 2003, Clinton released a 562-page autobiography, Living History. add something


Looking to establish a "progressive infrastructure" to rival that of American conservatism, Clinton played a formative role in conversations that led to the 2003 founding of former Clinton administration chief of staff John Podesta's Center for American Progress, shared aides with Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, founded in 2003, and advised the Clintons' former antagonist David Brock's Media Matters for America, created in 2004. add something


She later wrote that "I learned the hard way that some voters in Arkansas were seriously offended by the fact that I kept my maiden name" (Clinton 2003, pp. add something


The teacher, Paul Carlson, and the minister, Donald Jones, came into conflict in Park Ridge,_Illinois; Clinton would later see that "as an early indication of the cultural, political and religious fault lines that developed across America in the forty years" (Clinton 2003, p. add something


You know, I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was fulfill my profession, which I entered before my husband was in public life" (Clinton 2003, p. add something


In 2004 and 2006, Clinton voted against the Federal Marriage Amendment that sought to prohibit same-sex marriage. add something


In November 2004, Clinton announced that she would seek a second Senate term. add something


Lloyd Bentsen - He appeared in the summer of 2004 at the portrait unveilings at the White House of former President Bill Clinton and former First Lady Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton


In 2005, Clinton called for the Federal Trade Commission to investigate how hidden sex scenes showed up in the controversial video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. add something


In 2005, when the act was up for renewal, she worked to address some of the civil liberties concerns with it, before voting in favor of a compromise renewed act in March 2006 that gained large majority support. add something


In late 2005, Clinton said that while immediate withdrawal from Iraq would be a mistake, Bush's pledge to stay "until the job is done" was misguided, as it gave Iraqis "an open-ended invitation not to take care of themselves. add something


On a visit to Iraq in February 2005, Clinton noted that the insurgency had failed to disrupt the democratic elections held earlier, and that parts of the country were functioning well. add something


In a Gallup poll conducted during May 2005, 54 percent of respondents considered Clinton a liberal, 30 percent considered her a moderate, and 9 percent considered her a conservative. add something


John Spencer (politician) - In 2005, Spencer announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat held by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton, who was seeking re-election to a second term


Newt Gingrich - In 2005, together with Hillary Rodham Clinton he announced the proposal of the 21st Century Health Information Act, a bill which aimed to replace paperwork with confidential, electronic health information networks.


National Journal's subsequent rankings placed her as the 32nd-most liberal senator in 2006 and 16th-most liberal senator in 2007. add something


John Spencer (politician) - He was the 2006 Republican nominee for U.S. Senator from New York and lost to incumbent Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton


Jonathan Tasini - In 2006, he unsuccessfully challenged incumbent U.S. Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Democratic primary


Lindsay Lohan - Lohan had previously expressed an interest in going to Iraq, during the Iraq War in 2006, on a USO tour with Hillary Clinton.


Kathleen Troia McFarland - McFarland ran as a Republican in the New York United States Senate election, 2006, for the seat held by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton


Rahm Emanuel - Emanuel declared in April 2006 that he would support Hillary Rodham Clinton should she pursue the presidency in 2008


Nicholas Spano - During his run for re-election in 2006, Stewart-Cousins ran against him again, this time with the support of Democrats Bill Clinton, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Eliot_Spitzer, David Paterson and Andrew Cuomo, she won; he conceded defeat on November 16, 2006


Geraldine Ferraro - In December 2006, Ferraro announced her support for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton


As the financial crisis of 2007–2008 reached a peak with the liquidity crisis of September 2008, Clinton supported the proposed bailout of United States financial system, voting in favor of the $700 billion Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, saying that it represented the interests of the American people. add something


Clinton led candidates competing for the Democratic nomination in opinion polls for the election throughout the first half of 2007. add something


Clinton opposed the Iraq War troop surge of 2007. add something


Senator Clinton listens as Chief of Naval Operations Navy Admiral Mike Mullen responds to a question during his 2007 confirmation hearing with the Senate Armed Services Committee. add something


In March 2007, in response to the dismissal of U.S. attorneys controversy, Clinton called on Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to resign. add something


In March 2007, she voted in favor of a war-spending bill that required President Bush to begin withdrawing troops from Iraq by a deadline; it passed almost completely along party lines but was subsequently vetoed by President Bush. add something


In April 2007, the Clintons liquidated a blind trust, that had been established when Bill Clinton became president in 1993, to avoid the possibility of ethical conflicts or political embarrassments in the trust as Hillary Clinton undertook her presidential race. add something


In May 2007, a compromise war funding bill that removed withdrawal deadlines but tied funding to progress benchmarks for the Iraqi government passed the Senate by a vote of 80–14 and would be signed by Bush; Clinton was one of those who voted against it. add something


In May and June 2007, regarding the high-profile, hotly debated comprehensive immigration reform bill known as the Secure Borders, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Reform Act of 2007, Clinton cast several votes in support of the bill, which eventually failed to gain cloture. add something


John Lewis (U.S. politician) - At first Lewis supported Hillary Rodham Clinton, endorsing her presidential campaign on October 12, 2007.


Christine Quinn - In 2007, the "New York Post" named Quinn the third-most powerful woman in New York, after Hillary Rodham Clinton and Diane Sawyer


David Geffen - On February 21, 2007, in an interview with Maureen Dowd of the "New York Times", Geffen described Hillary Rodham Clinton and Bill Clinton in unflattering terms: "Everybody in politics lies, but they do it with such ease, it's troubling


Ruby Dee - Dee, a long-time resident of New Rochelle, New York, New York, was inducted into the Westchester County Women's Hall of Fame on March 30, 2007, joining such other honorees as Hillary Rodham Clinton and Nita Lowey


Clinton campaigning at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, Minnesota, two days before Super Tuesday 2008. add something


Clinton speaks during the second night of the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. add something


Some Democrats criticized her for spending too much in a one-sided contest, while some supporters were concerned she did not leave more funds for a potential presidential bid in 2008. add something


Clinton speaking at a Pennsylvania rally in support of her former rival, Barack_Obama; October 2008. add something


The appointment required a Saxbe fix, passed and signed into law in December 2008. add something


Raul Grijalva - During the 2008 presidential campaign, Grijalva endorsed Barack Obama for President; his district, however, was won by Hillary Rodham Clinton.


Vic Snyder - During the 2008 presidential campaign, like most Arkansas Democrats, Snyder endorsed former U.S. Senator and former First Lady of Arkansas Hillary Rodham Clinton for President


Emanuel Cleaver - During the course of the Democratic Presidential Primary, Cleaver endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton.


Antonio Villaraigosa - He has served as a national co-chairman of Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign and as a member of President Barack Obama's Transition Economic Advisory Board


Robert Ford (politician) - He supported Hillary Clinton in the 2008 Democratic presidential primaries and questioned Barack Obama's appeal to white voters


Daniel J. O'Donnell - In 2008 he was considered by New York Governor David Paterson to fill the Senate vacancy created by the appointment of Hillary Rodham Clinton as President Obama's Secretary of State


Fran Drescher - In 2008, Drescher supported Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for the Democratic Party presidential nomination


Robert Gammage - In 2008, Gammage worked in the unsuccessful campaign to nominate Hillary Rodham Clinton for U.S. president, having traveled to Iowa to meet with voters


Kim Gandy - In 2008, Gandy defended presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton from a comment made by MSNBC host Chris Matthews, himself a Democrat, for remarks that Matthews made about U.S. Senator Clinton having received "sympathy" support because her husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton, "messed around


Jim Mattox - In 2008, Mattox worked in Hillary Rodham Clinton's unsuccessful bid for the Democratic presidential nomination


Mike Easley - In the 2008 campaigns, Easley initially endorsed the presidential candidacy of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton on April 28, 2008.


Ted Kennedy - Kennedy remained neutral as the 2008 Democratic nomination battle between Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton and Senator Barack Obama intensified, as his friend Chris Dodd was running


Richard Scruggs - Scruggs was scheduled to host a fundraiser at his home for Senator Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, on December 15, 2007, to be attended by former President Bill Clinton


Henry Cuellar - Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton for President in 2008, saying that "Senator Clinton is the only candidate with the experience and toughness to hit the ground running on her first day in the White House.


Joe Sestak - Sestak endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton for president in the 2008 Democratic primaries; he endorsed Barack Obama for the general election after Obama secured the presidential nomination for the Democratic party


Geraldine Ferraro - She continued her career as a journalist, author, and businesswoman, and served in the 2008 presidential campaign of Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton


Casey Wilson - She was a supporter of Hillary Rodham Clinton during the 2008 presidential election and volunteered to work on Clinton's campaign


Tom Vilsack - Shortly after ending his 2008 bid for the White House, Vilsack endorsed Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and was named the national co-chair for Clinton's presidential campaign


Hilda Solis - Solis was a strong supporter of Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential bid; when that fell short, Barack Obama aggressively sought her support, as part of strengthening his appeal to Hispanic voters


Kathleen Kennedy Townsend - Townsend, along with siblings Robert and Kerry, endorsed Hillary Rodham Clinton for President in the 2008 Democratic primaries


Sidney Blumenthal - While on a trip to advise Hillary Rodham Clinton on her Presidential campaign, Blumenthal was arrested for driving while intoxicated in Nashua, New Hampshire, on January 7, 2008


Dallas Police Department - Additionally, Senior Corporal Victor Lozada, a motorcycle officer in the Traffic Division, was killed on February 22, 2008, while serving as part of an escort to Senator Hillary Clinton's motorcade near downtown Dallas for a presidential campaign event; Senior Corporal Lozada's funeral was attended by over 4,500 police officers as well as Senator Clinton


Vincent D'Onofrio - In the sketch, which originally aired on March 1, 2008, he interrogates Hillary Clinton


Patrick C. Lynch - Ultimately, Barack Obama lost the Rhode Island Democratic primary on March 4, 2008 to Hillary Rodham Clinton


Dan Onorato - He announced his endorsement of Senator Hillary Clinton in her presidential bid on March 14, 2008, saying, "Hillary Clinton has the experience and the determination to clean up the mess in Washington and deliver results


James Carville - As an advisor to Hillary Rodham Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign, Carville told "The New York Times" on March 22, 2008, that New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, who had just endorsed Senator Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination, was comparable to Judas Iscariot


Luis T. Diaz Coliseum - Current Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton appeared in the Coliseum on Saturday May 25, 2008 making the first Presidential Candidate to appear in the coliseum


Amy Poehler - On September 13, 2008, the "SNL" season premiere opened with Fey and Poehler as Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton, respectively, performing a "joint political campaign spot


Kirsten Gillibrand - In December 2008, President-elect Barack Obama nominated Hillary Rodham Clinton as Secretary of State, leaving an empty seat in the New York senate delegation


Kirsten Gillibrand - On December 1, 2008, President-elect Barack Obama announced his choice of Hillary Rodham Clinton, the junior U.S. Senator from New York, as Secretary of State


Bertrand Delanoe - On 22 December 2008, "The New York Times" published a letter attributed to Delanoë criticizing Caroline Kennedy's candidacy for the United States Senate seat vacated by Hillary Rodham Clinton


Clinton spent her initial days as Secretary of State telephoning dozens of world leaders and indicating that U.S. foreign policy would change direction: "We have a lot of damage to repair. add something


An elbow fracture and subsequent painful recuperation caused Clinton to miss two foreign trips in June 2009. add something


William Joseph Burns - He served in the post until the confirmation of Secretary of State-designate Hillary Rodham Clinton which occurred on January 21, 2009


Virtual Student Foreign Service - The Virtual Student Foreign Service was announced by United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in May 2009


Yankee Stadium - A New York University graduation ceremony took place on May 13, 2009 with the address being delivered by U.S. Secretary of State and former New York Senator Hillary Clinton


Corazon Aquino - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton expressed sadness over the passing of Aquino, to whom she had sent a personal letter of best wishes for recovery while she was still in hospital in July 2009


Leaks released confidential State Department cables containing blunt statements and assessments by U.S. and foreign diplomats. add something


In a major speech in January 2010, Clinton drew analogies between the Iron Curtain and the free and unfree Internet. add something


By mid-2010, Clinton and Obama had forged a good working relationship; she was a team player within the administration and a defender of it to the outside, and was careful that neither she nor her husband would upstage him. add something


In July 2010, Secretary Clinton visited Korea, Vietnam, Pakistan and Afghanistan, all the while preparing for the July 31 wedding of daughter Chelsea amid much media attention. add something


United States Congress - As a result, presidential arm-twisting of senators can happen before a key vote; for example, President Obama's secretary of state, Hillary Rodham Clinton, urged her former senate colleagues to approve a nuclear arms treaty with Russia in 2010


Peter Middlebrook - In 2010 he led the Economic and Infrastructure Development work presented at the 2010 Kabul International Conference attended by Hamid Karzai, Hillary Rodham Clinton and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and in 2011 he led the Economic Impact Assessment team for the US Government on the New Silk Road Strategy


John Snow, Inc - On January 8, 2010, as Secretary of State Clinton spoke on the 15th anniversary of the 1994 Cairo International Conference on Population and Development , JSI president, Joel Lamstein, appeared as a guest blogger in the Huffington Post


Marjorie Margolies-Mezvinsky - Their son, Marc Mezvinsky, married Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of former U.S. President Bill Clinton and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, on July 31, 2010, in Rhinebeck, NY. He was a Goldman Sachs investment banker, and is an investment banker at 3G Capital Management


She gained consistently high approval ratings, and her favorable-unfavorable ratings during 2010 and 2011 were easily the highest of any active, nationally prominent American political figure. add something


The 2011 Egyptian protests posed the biggest foreign policy crisis for the administration yet. add something


In March 2011, she expanded upon that by saying she was not interested in serving a second term as Secretary of State should Obama be re-elected in 2012. add something


Following the successful May 2011 U.S. mission to kill Osama bin Laden, Clinton played a key role in the administration's decision not to release photographs of the dead al-Qaeda leader add something


In a December 2011 speech before the United Nations Human Rights Council, she said that the U.S. would advocate for gay rights abroad and that "Gay rights are human rights" and that "It should never be a crime to be gay add something


Al Jazeera - In 2011, said Al Jazeera's coverage of the 2011 Egyptian protests was superior to that of the American news media, while U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton opined that the network's news coverage was more informative, and less opinion-driven than American journalism


Betty Ford - Funeral services were held in Palm Desert, California, on July 12, 2011, with over 800 people in attendance, including former president George W. Bush, First Lady Michelle Obama and former first ladies Rosalynn Carter, Nancy Reagan and Hillary Rodham Clinton


Dilma Rousseff - In August 2011, Rousseff was included in the "Forbes"' list of the most powerful women in the world, at the 3rd position, behind only Merkel and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton


Francois Zimeray - In November 2011, he was one of the first diplomats to be received in Rangoon by the Lady Aung San Suu Kyi, one month before the official visit of US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton


Clinton herself said in 2012, "There's a certain consistency to who I am and what I do, and I think people have finally said, 'Well, you know, I kinda get her now add something


She continued to do well in Gallup's most admired man and woman poll; in 2012 she was named the most admired woman by Americans for the eleventh straight time and the seventeenth time overall add something


The 2012 concussion and clot episode caused Clinton to postpone her Congressional testimony on the Benghazi attack and to miss any foreign trips planned for the rest of her tenure add something


On September 11, 2012, an attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi took place, resulting in the death of U.S. Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens and three other Americans add something


In December 2012, Clinton was hospitalized for a few days for treatment of a blood clot in her right transverse venous sinus, a vein within the head that allows blood to drain from the brain add something


Tsakhiagiin Elbegdorj - In July of 2012, US Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton visited Mongolia and met with President Elbegdorj


Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - In January 2012 US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced that Abdul-Jabbar had accepted a position as a cultural ambassador for the United States


By September 2013, Clinton said she was considering a run but was in no hurry to decide add something


Clinton Foundation - In 2013, following the completion of Hillary Rodham Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State, she joined the foundation, where she planned to work on issues regarding women and small children as well as economic development


Susan Rice - Rice's name was mentioned as a possible replacement for retiring Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in 2013 after President Barack Obama's November 2012 re-election, but on December 13, 2012, she announced that she was withdrawing her name from consideration saying that if nominated "the confirmation process would be lengthy, disruptive, and costly


Reince Priebus - In September 2013, Priebus was successful in persuading both CNN and NBC to cancel planned biopics of Hillary Clinton, which had been criticized as "free campaigning on Clinton's behalf", according to columnist Jennifer Rubin


In 2014, Clinton published a second memoir, "Hard Choices", which focused on her time as secretary of state add something


In September 2014, she became a grandmother when daughter Chelsea gave birth to a baby girl add something


United States State Department list of Foreign Terrorist Organizations - In May 2014, Republican lawmakers criticized Hillary Clinton's decision during her tenure as United States Secretary of State to not designate Boko Haram as an FTO. Clinton's concern was that the designation would give what was seen as a domestic group international attention


Edward Snowden - On July 4, 2014, Hillary Clinton said that if Snowden wished to return to the U.S., "knowing he would be held accountable," he would have the right "to launch both a legal defense and a public defense, which can of course affect the legal defense


Mitt Romney - With no Republican presidential contender emerging as a front-runner and Hillary Rodham Clinton seen as a potentially strong Democratic nominee, the speculation intensified, and by October 2014 there were indications that Romney was entertaining the idea


In March 2015, Clinton's practice of using her own private e-mail address and server throughout her time as Secretary of State, rather than departmental ones, gained widespread public attention due to concerns about the security of mails she sent and received, the availability and preservation of them for Freedom of Information Act requests and the archival historical record, and whether her action had violated any federal laws, regulations, or guidelines add something


On April 9, 2015, it was widely reported that Clinton would formally announce her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 election on April 12th in Iowa add something


On April 12, 2015, speculation ended as Clinton formally announced her candidacy via email and the release of a video saying, "Everyday Americans need a champion add something


On July 23, 2015, "The New York Times" reported the existence of a June 2015, memorandum to the Justice Department from the Inspectors General of the Intelligence Community and the State Department regarding the presence of classified government information in emails from the personal email account Hillary Clinton used as Secretary of State add something


On October 22, 2015, Clinton testified for a second time before the Benghazi Committee and answered members' questions for more than eight hours in a public hearing add something


As of November 30, 2015, both the "Associated Press" and the "New York Times" noted that they would no longer use "Rodham" in referring to Clinton, with the New York Times stating that "the Clinton campaign confirmed on Monday that Mrs. Clinton prefers to be simply, 'Hillary Clinton'" add something


On December 7, 2015, in the New York Times, Clinton presented her detailed plans for regulating Wall Street financial activities and related add something


Clinton Foundation - In April 2015, the "New York Times" reported that when Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, the State Department had approved a deal to sell American uranium to Russians who had donated to the Clinton Foundation, and that Clinton had broken her promise to publicly identify such donations


Leaving office at the end of Obama's first term, she authored her fifth book and undertook speaking engagements before announcing her second run for the Democratic nomination in the 2016 presidential election in April 2015 add something


The controversy occurred against the backdrop of Clinton's 2016 presidential election campaign and hearings held by the United States House Select Committee on Benghazi add something


As of February 2016, over 1,200 emails had been retroactively deemed classified by the State Department add something


On February 4, 2016, it was revealed that former Secretary of State Colin Powell, as well as aides of former Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice, had emails on their personal servers that were later marked classified add something


In May 2016, the inspector general of the state department criticized her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state stating that she had not requested permission to use it and even if she had, she would not have been given permission add something


By June 6, 2016, she had earned enough pledged delegates and supportive superdelegates for the media to consider her the presumptive nominee add something


In July 2016, the FBI issued a statement which described Clinton's mishandling of classified information as "extremely careless", but stated that it would not recommend criminal charges against Clinton over it add something


On July 2, 2016, Clinton stated: Let me repeat what I have repeated for many months now, I never received nor sent any material that was marked classified add something


On July 5, 2016, the FBI concluded their investigation add something


On July 6, 2016, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch confirmed that the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private email servers while secretary of state will be closed without criminal charges add something


Clinton was formally nominated at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia on July 26, 2016, becoming the first woman to be nominated for president by a major U.S. political party add something


Clinton received the most votes and primary delegates in the 2016 Democratic primaries, formally accepting her party's nomination for President of the United States on July 28, 2016, with vice presidential running mate, Senator Tim Kaine add something


She is at a speaking event in Tempe on November 2, 2016 add something


However, she was defeated by Donald Trump in the November 8, 2016 presidential election add something


On November 8, 2016, Clinton lost the election to Republican rival Donald Trump, failing to obtain a majority in the electoral college add something


On February 27, 2017, Clinton called on President Trump to address the shooting of two Indians by Adam Purinton add something


In April 2017, Clinton said that she will not seek public office again add something


On May 15, 2017, Clinton revealed Onward Together, a new political action committee that she wrote as being "dedicated to advancing the progressive vision that earned nearly 66 million votes in the last election", in a several tweets and an email add something


In July 2017 Bloomberg showed her approval rating at 39 percent add something


While delivering the commencement speech at her alma mater Wellesley College on May 26, Clinton asserted President Trump's 2018 budget proposal was "a con" for underfunding domestic programs add something


On January 4, 2018 it was reported that the Department of Justice had re-opened the Clinton email investigation add something


In October 2018, Hillary and Bill Clinton announced plans to go on a 13-city speaking tour in various cities in the United States and Canada between November 2018 and May 2019 add something


Law - On October 10, 2018 Hillary was awarded an honorary doctorate in law at Queen's University Belfast after giving a speech regarding Northern Ireland and the impacts of Brexit at Whitla Hall, Belfast add something


A package that contained a pipe bomb was sent to Clinton's home in Washington, D.C. on October 24, 2018 add something


On March 4, 2019, Clinton announced that she will not run for president in 2020 add something