(Worthy News) - Hillary Clinton claimed a historic victory Tuesday night, exactly eight years to the day since her first presidential campaign ended in defeat. She is now the first female major party nominee for president of the United States.
But it's been an even longer time coming than that for Clinton, a controversial public figure for over forty years. She is now getting ready to run against a Republican who might be even more controversial.
After recalling the battle for women's rights at Seneca Falls, praising Bernie Sanders and calling for Democratic unity, she set out to draw sharp contrasts between herself and Donald Trump. [ ... Read More (Source) ]
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