Hillary Rodham Clinton will visit at least one local store for a book signing as part of her tour to promote her new memoir, “Hard Choices.”
Hillary Rodham Clinton said Tuesday she refused an Obama campaign request in 2008 to attack Sarah Palin, the new Republican vice presidential candidate on the ticket with Sen. John McCain.
Hillary Rodham Clinton said in an interview Monday that she feels emboldened to run for president because of Republican criticism of her handling of the deadly 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya.
Hillary Clinton defended the millions of dollars collected by her and husband, former President Bill Clinton, citing the family’s need to pay off hefty taxes, legal fees and multiple mortgages since leaving the White House.
Hillary Rodham Clinton is embarking on a book tour this week that will feature overtones of a potential presidential campaign in 2016 and could offer a window into the former Secretary of State’s stamina and how she might present her rationale for another White House bid.
Distancing herself from some of the Obama administration’s handling of the Arab Spring, Hillary Rodham Clinton says in her upcoming book that she pushed for Hosni Mubarak to transition power to his successor but was overruled by President Barack Obama.
Clinton writes that the Obama administration demanded the release of Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl in every discussion it ever held with the Taliban about prisoners.
Clinton Says She Uses Blood Thinners To Treat Blood Clot Discovered During Concussion Hospitalization
Clinton says she has no lingering effects from a concussion she suffered in late 2012.
As Hillary Clinton tours the country in promotion of her new memoir, she’ll be trailed by “The Hillary Bus,” launched by an organization that’s been gathering support for her potential 2016 presidential bid since last year.
Hillary Rodham Clinton gave a measured defense Monday of the Obama administration’s controversial decision to swap five Guantanamo Bay detainees for a U.S. soldier held hostage in Afghanistan, noting that many of America’s allies make similar deals.