Biography of Hilary Clinton

When, in 2001, Hilary Clinton was elected to the Senate, she became the only first lady in America to hold public office.

Early years

Hilary Diane Clinton, born Rhode, was born on October 26, 1947 in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Hilary was the eldest daughter of Hugh Rodham, owner of a thriving fabric store, and Dorothy of Emma Howell Rodham. The girl had two brothers.

Hilary studied at Wellesley College, where she took an active part in political student life, and, before being released in 1969, was elected president of the class. After college, the girl enters the Yale Law School, where she meets Bill Clinton. After graduating with honors in 1973, Hilary enters the Yale Children’s Center, where, throughout the year, she studies the problems of the upbringing and treatment of children.

During the summer holidays the girl earns extra money at different jobs. In the spring of 1974, she was on the commission of investigators on the impeachment of the president. In August of the same year, after the departure of President Richard M. Nixon, she became a lecturer at the Law School of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, where her school friend Bill Clinton is teaching.

Marriage with Bill Clinton

Hilary Rodham and Bill Clinton were married on October 11, 1975. On February 27, 1980, their daughter, Chelsea Victoria, was born.

In 1976, Hilary participated in the successful presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter.

In 1988 and 1991, the magazine The National Law Journal included it in the list of America’s 100 most influential lawyers.

First lady

During the 1992 presidential race, Hilary is an active and faithful supporter of her husband, and, assuming the presidency, Clinton appoints her as head of the National Health Reform Task Force. In September 1994 the program was closed.

At the same time, the Clinton family invests in the land project of Whitewater. The bank connected with the project “Morgan Guaranty Savings” burst, costing the federal government $ 73 million.

In 1998, a sexual scandal with Monica Lewinsky flared up in the White House. Despite the fact that in public Mrs. Clinton strongly supports her husband, according to rumors, she seriously thinks about divorce.

Presidential race

Realizing that the husband’s stay in power is limited to two terms, Mrs. Clinton decides to nominate her candidacy for the Senate from New York County. Despite the problems that arose at the very beginning, Clinton wins the popular Republican Rick Lacio in elections, and becomes the first wife of the US President, who ran for office and was the first woman elected to the Senate from...New York County.

In early 2007, Hillary Clinton announced her new plans – to become the first woman in the history of the US to be a woman president. In 2008, with the nomination of candidates from the Democratic Party, Senator Clinton withdraws her candidacy, as it becomes obvious that Barack Obama is gaining the majority of votes.

US Secretary of State

Shortly after winning the presidential election, Barack Obama proposes the candidacy of Hillary Clinton for the post of Secretary of State. It accepts the proposal, and on January 21, 2009 is officially appointed by the 67th Secretary of State.

In this position, Clinton directs her activities to the struggle for women’s rights, as well as human rights.

On September 11, 2012, after a deadly attack on the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, in which four people were killed, including Ambassador Christopher Stevens, the State Department led by Hilary Clinton is under investigation.

Hearing on the case of the attack in Benghazi and the resignation

January 23, 2013 Clinton gives testimony on the case of an attack on the consulate in Benghazi. Speaking before the members of the House Foreign Relations Committee, she defends her actions, without, however, taking off her responsibility for what happened. Mention of citizens who died during the attack, makes her cry.

From the first days on the job, Clinton repeatedly repeats that he intends to hold this post only one term. On February 1, 2013, she officially resigns from her position.

Quotations

It should be understood that there is no clear formula how a woman should live her life. Therefore, it is necessary to respect the choice of a woman, which she does for herself and her family. Any woman has the right to take advantage of the chance to realize the potential given to her by God.

People understand what you’re fighting for when you start fighting with your own friends.

Faith is like a jump from a rock, when you believe in the probability of two outcomes: you either fall on hard ground, or learn to fly.

Do not confuse career and life. This is not the same thing at all.

The most important school bench in the life of the child is the house.

Too many women, in too many countries of the world, speak the same language – the language of silence.

Take the criticism seriously, but do not take it to heart. If criticism has truth or rational grain, try to learn something. If not, just throw it out of your head.

Every moment when we look back, delays us on the way forward.


Biography of Hilary Clinton