Hilary Clinton


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Synonyms for Hilary Clinton

wife of President Clinton and later a woman member of the United States Senate (1947-)

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On October 7, 2015, Comey seemed to recognise the hypocrisy of using his personal account during the FBI's initial investigation Hilary Clinton's emailing habits.
@Realcalmday said, 'If Hilary Clinton had a problem with what Chimamanda asked her, I believe she would've said so.
When the current president-elect defied the polls and ended up beating Hilary Clinton, gold prices -- surprisingly -- collapsed.
WHY is everyone astounded that Donald Trump trounced Hilary Clinton for the US presidency?
ISLAMABAD -- PML-N leader senator Mushahid Ullah has said Trump success is 9/11 of US politics remarking US real face is Trump and not Hilary Clinton.
TOKYO, Nov 9 (KUNA) -- Tokyo stocks tumbled on Wednesday, with a key index falling the most more than four months, as Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was surprisingly edging ahead of Democratic candidate Hilary Clinton. The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) lost 919.84 points, or 5.36 percent, from Tuesday to 16,251.54.
On the female vote, she said that obviously most woman but fewer than expected had voted for Hilary Clinton.
WikiLeaks, in a statement to the media, said that Mr Assange lost his internet connection on Saturday, shortly after the publication of Hilary Clinton's emails, which are related to the speeches made by her on behalf of major investment banks such as Goldman Sachs.
Within the UK's leading index, Hilary Clinton knocked UK pharmaceutical companies after she launched an attack on drugs companies.
administration -- whether Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton end up winning the U.S.
Hilary Clinton announced that she has garnered enough delegates to be the Democratic Party's nominee for the upcoming US presidential elections.
Ruth Robson, head of marketing and events at Durham Cathedral says, "It's no surprise that Bill and Hilary Clinton have fond memories of their visit to Durham Cathedral.
Examples from real interviews of well-known figures such as Hilary Clinton and George W.
According to a survey conducted by British organisation Yougov, former United States first lady Hilary Clinton is the third most popular woman.