It’s a beautiful, glorious thing that’s been created by God, created and delivered by God to us, that we should be very, very proud to see and to cherish,” Clinton said. “So I am just happy to be a part of something that we can be very proud of, and I hope we can continue to strive for that.”
The former secretary of state’s announcement comes on the heels of a string of wins on the campaign trail by women and men from both parties in this year’s election, including wins by Clinton’s allies, like former president Bill Clinton and Vice-President Joe Biden.
Clinton’s campaign has been focused on energizing the millennial population, a demographic that is important to the success of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Clinton has been on the campaign trail for more than 70 days, campaigning mostly in states that haven’t voted for a Republican presidential candidate in a presidential election: Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Colorado and North Carolina.
It’s unclear how Clinton will balance her desire to expand her reach on the campaign trail with her recent history in the private sector. In 1999, after President Bill Clinton’s impeachment scandal, the former president resigned from the boards of the University of Arkansas, the Clinton Foundation and the Arkansas Economic Development Finance Authority. The latter organization was the conduit for his investments in the state.
On Tuesday, the International Court of Arbitration released their ruling on South Sudanese law enforcement officials being complicit in President Salva Kiir’s continued crackdown on protesters. The decision found that officials responsible “have acted in order to suppress lawful dissent in the context of a political and societal context in which the rights of citizens to freedom of expression, assembly and association are seriously violated.” Read the official press release or watch video below to see the full decision and find out where you can contact your state representatives to ask them to condemn the government’s repression.
Watch the video below:
South Sudan: The Human Rights Commission
Contact: Susan Sontag
Email: [email protected]
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Tiger Woods is back in a few hours.
It was revealed during Friday’s media session for the PGA Championship that he will be at the event for