Hillary Clinton was an outstanding Secretary of State and has now retired to “private life.” Kim Ghattas, a BBC foreign correspondent, traveled with Secretary Clinton throughout her term as America’s top diplomat. He is the author of a new book on Hillary and it will be interesting reading. He had this to say:
She is going to get some rest and study the lay of the land over the course of the next two years, see how President [Barack] Obama’s second term unfolds, whether Americans will want to elect a Democrat for the third time in a row to the White House. She’ll size up the competition in the Republican Party. Of course, there’s talk that perhaps the vice president, Joe Biden, will want to run. I don’t think that they will run against each other in the primaries.
In The Secretary: A Journey with Hillary Clinton, from Beirut to the Heart of American Power, Ghattas chronicles following Clinton across 300,000 miles and 40 countries. “It was ‘exhausting’ — in one word,” Ghattas says. “You will see the detail of what that actually involves, the exhaustion that comes with trailing behind the American Secretary of State, how she does her job as the representative of America around the world…at a time of challenge.” Hillary Clinton is very smart, a hard worker, and understands what folks in the U.S. have to deal with on a daily basis. She, without any doubt, did an outstanding job as Secretary of State.
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