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Hillary Clinton’s husband wore a fetching pantsuit to honor her nomination for US president
He may lack current first lady Michelle Obama’s upper arm strength, but he makes up for it with a nice head of hair.
By Jenni Avins

Tuesday night (July 26), Bill Clinton, the husband of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, took the stage at the Democratic National Convention to honor his wife’s historic achievement. Bill’s stately-but-approachable appearance and middle-of-the-road fashion choices make him a terrific candidate for the supporting role of first spouse of the United States. (He was also the 42nd president of the United States.)

He may lack current first lady Michelle Obama’s upper arm strength, but he makes up for it with a nice head of hair.

I love that this is a thing. Good job, everybody.

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First Lady Michelle Obama’s Great speech against trump.

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“Why do you think we haven’t had a woman as president yet?” First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton asked her guest over their lunch at the White House.

The little woman sitting at table with Mrs. Clinton did not hesitate in her reply.

“Because she has probably been aborted,” said Mother Teresa.

Read what took place 22 years ago on January 22, 1994 at the National Prayer Breakfast. The keynote speaker was Mother Teresa. Before President and First Lady Clinton, Mother Teresa spoke about the cultural corruption that arises out of crimes against the unborn. The article found here👉🏼👉🏼👉🏼www.crisismagazine.com/2016/marching-for-life-mother-teresa-and-mrs-clinton

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Happy World Elephant Day!

Intelligent. Strong. Social. Adaptable. These adjectives are often used to describe the majestic elephant. We think they fit the bill for First Ladies too!

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Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton ride an elephant in the Chitwan National Forest, Nepal. 4/1/95.

First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy feeds an elephant, Urvashi, in the garden of the Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru’s residence, Teen Murti Bhavan. New Delhi, India. 3/14/62.

Barbara Bush and family on an elephant during the Senate campaign. (left to right: Barbara, Doro, Marvin, Neil, Jeb, and George H. Bush (George W. was away at school). 1964.

anonymous asked:

Who would you say was the most influential first lady in history?

I don’t know how the answer could be anybody but Hillary Clinton. She’s the first female major party nominee for President of the United States. She’s the only First Lady to be elected to office herself (and she was elected to the U.S. Senate while her husband while still in the White House and in the wake of President Clinton’s impeachment and trial). She was extraordinarily influential not only during her eight years as First Lady but throughout the career of her husband – who probably wouldn’t have achieved his own success and reached the Presidency without her partnership. She wasn’t the most popular First Lady or the most glamorous First Lady, but I don’t think another First Lady even comes close to her influence on the country and she’s not even President yet.

CLINTON - 1995: Representing the United States, then-First Lady Clinton defied pressure from Chinese officials  to water down her remarks and delivered a provocative speech on poverty, violence, and lack of access to health care at the UN World Conference on Women. She proclaimed: “If there is one message that echoes forth from this conference, let it be that human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights, once and for all.”

TRUMP - 1994: Trump said he didn’t want his wife working outside the home because “when I come home and dinner’s not ready, I go through the roof.”

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