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Hillary Clinton Forbids Tough Questions on Campaign Trail Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Sun, Dec 8, 2013, 08:40 PM

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is considered the frontrunner to become the Democrat Party nominee for President in 2016, but she fears that answering tough questions in regards to her controversial past could spoil her White House ambitions.

CBS News reports that, "At a foreign policy forum Wednesday evening, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spoke extensively about her life and time as the nation’s chief diplomat – but was not pressed to weigh in on the most pressuring international current events of the day."

Lexus liberal Wall Street fat cats are jumping on the Hillary Clinton for President bandwagon and paying her $100,000 for each speech she gives at Wall Street sponsored global symposiums.

As reported by CBS News, " According to news reports, moderator David Rubenstein, a financier and philanthropist, led Clinton through a discussion of her time at Yale Law School, first Senate campaign, and other milestones, but did not question her about a recent deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program or a dispute over airspace above the East China Sea. The event was a gala honoring the late diplomat Richard Holbrooke in New York City."

Hillary Clinton also denounced Harvard Univerty as a sexist school, because Harvard admissions refused to accept her application for law school.

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