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Hillary Clinton beginning to shed low profile before likely 2016 bid

Hillary Clinton beginning to shed low profile before likely 2016 bid

San Francisco - Hillary Rodham Clinton has so far kept a low profile this year, something that's starting to change as she heads toward her expected 2016 campaign for president.

Clinton was to speak today at a Silicon Valley women's conference, her first US speech of the year. It opens a stretch of public appearances in the next month ahead of an all-but-certain launch of her bid for the Democratic nomination.

The former secretary of state has steered clear of the spotlight her only two speeches in 2015 came in Canada last month choosing instead to huddle with advisers as a large field of Republican presidential hopefuls compete for attention.

Hillary Clinton 'upset' with hubby over his part in ex-pal Jeffrey Epstein's sex scandal

Hillary ClintonNew York, Jan. 09 - Hillary Clinton is "furious" at husband Bill Clinton after his name was involved in Jeffrey Epstein's sex scandal

Sources revealed that, at the funeral of Mario Cuomo, the 67-year-old angrily "storm" past the former president after he dutifully waited for her by the door of St. Ignatius Loyola Church, the New York Post reported.

The68-year-old politician's name has popped up in 2011 court documents relating to Epstein after a woman said to be Virginia Roberts filed a bombshell suit alleging she was Epstein's teen "sex slave" and paid
15,000 dollars to bed Epstein's pal, Britain's Prince Andrew.

Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama still 'top most admired' people in US

Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama still 'top most admired' people in USWashington, Dec 30 - Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have been named as most admired people in the US again.

According to Gallup's annual poll, even though the year wasn't as good for the Democrats, the former Secretary of State and US President Obama maintained their position as most admired man and woman, beating Oprah Winfrey, and Pope Francis, ABC News reported.

Here's Hillary Clinton's diva demands for speaking at gigs

Hillary Clinton in Iowa stirs 2016 speculationNew York, Nov 29 - Hillary Clinton is now asking for "hefty fees" and insists on a long list of " diva demands" for her speaking arrangements, it has been reported.

According to documents obtained by the Washington Post, when UCLA leaders asked her to speak, and requested a discounted price, they were stunned to find that her "special university rate" was 300,000 dollars, the New York Post reported.

Guy Wheatley, a UCLA development official, wrote in an email that the amount was 50k dollars more that her husband, Bill Clinton.

Hillary Clinton praises Modi's focus on sanitation

Hillary ClintonWashington : Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his focus on sanitation and cleanliness and called for more women participation for the world economy to recover quickly.

"I recently met with my husband with the new prime minister of India, Prime Minister Modi. He is very focused on basics like sanitation. Girls, as they get older, cannot go to school if there is no sanitation. Women can't get very far from home because there is no toilet," Hillary said yesterday.

She referred to a recent study about people working in markets in Indonesia where 90 per cent of them are women.

Documents show how White House defended Clinton

Documents show how White House defended ClintonWashington - The White House made a public push to defend President Bill Clinton during a series of investigations related to his affair with intern Monica Lewinsky and other matters, according to thousands of pages of documents released by the National Archives.

The papers did not appear to reveal any new information that might affect a potential Hillary Rodham Clinton presidential campaign in 2016.

Hillary Clinton says IS group more powerful than al Qaeda

Hillary ClintonNew York, Oct 10 - Former U. S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has warned that the Islamic State (IS) group is more powerful than al Qaeda because it is the most professional and the best-funded group that the world has ever seen.

According to CBS News, Clinton, in interview conducted by the national co-chairman of her 2008 presidential bid, said that IS group is more advanced and richer than al Qaeda ever was.

She also supported President Barack Obama's plan to conduct airstrikes in Iraq and Syria against the IS group.

Hillary Clinton advices granddaughter to pursue passion

Hillary Clinton advices granddaughter to pursue passionWashington, Oct 4 : Hillary Clinton recently advised her granddaughter Charlotte in a speech at a women's conference about pursuing her passions.

The former Secretary of State was recently lauded at the event, for her beauty, to which she responded that it could be her 'grandmother glow,' People magazine reported.

The 66-year-old kept at it by wishing for her granddaughter, to do her best, learn from mistakes and be kind.

Clinton also spoke of woman and girl empowerment at her Chelsea 'passion project.'(ANI)

Hillary Clinton planning lengthy campaign push this month

Hillary Clinton planning lengthy campaign push this monthWashington - Hillary Rodham Clinton is hitting the campaign trail for Democrats this month.

Clinton's lending her name and support in key races for Senate and governor as she considers another White House bid in 2016.

The former secretary of state plans to campaign for Senate candidates in six states: Iowa, New Hampshire, North Carolina, Colorado, Georgia and Kentucky. She will also help gubernatorial campaigns in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Illinois.

Clintons appreciate PM Modi's clean Ganga initiative

Clintons appreciate PM Modi's clean Ganga initiativeNew York, Sept 30 - Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and his wife and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Monday lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's efforts to clean the Ganga.

Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) official spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin conveyed the sentiments expressed by the former US President and his wife to Prime Minister Modi on twitter.

"Thank you 4 undertaking cleaning of Ganga. It is a sacred project and smart approach -@billclinton to PM @narendramodi." he tweeted.

Hillary Clinton's 'new chapters in American dream' remarks stoke 2016 speculation

Chelsea Clinton celebrates baby shower with Hillary ClintonWashington, Sep 15 - Former United States Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has reportedly hinted at running the 2016 Presidential elections at a fundraising event in Iowa, a report said.

Addressing a crowd at the 37th annual Harkin Steak Fry, held in honor of Sen. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa who is retiring from Congress this year, Clinton said although her immediate focus is helping fellow Democrats in the midterm elections but she has also been thinking about "that other thing," reported Fox News.

Hillary Clinton to decide on 2016 US presidential bid early in 2015

Hillary ClintonWashington, Sept 6 - Hillary Clinton has revealed that she will decide in the beginning of 2015 "whether to run again" for the President of the United States in 2016 or not.

The 66-year-old U. S. senator said that she had a unique vantage point and set of experiences about what made the United States operate well and what didn't and what a president could do and should be doing, CBS News reported.

The former U. S. secretary of state continued that she had to be convinced that she had a very clear vision with an agenda of what was needed to be done, and that she had the experience and know-how to lead people who agree and disagree with her.

Chelsea Clinton celebrates baby shower with Hillary Clinton

Chelsea Clinton celebrates baby shower with Hillary ClintonWashington, July 25 : Hillary Clinton recently threw a baby shower for her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, who is expecting her first child with husband Marc Mezvinsky.

According to New York Daily News, the celebration was held at upscale Crabtree Kittle House Inn, which is located near the Clinton's estate, and was joined by family and close friends, Us magazine reported.

U.S. not a monarchy, it has a history of political families: Hillary Clinton

Hillary ClintonNew York, July 9 - Former U. S. First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday defended her family and the Bushes against claims that the United States has been indirectly encouraging a monarchical system of governance on the lines of what has existed in the United Kingdom.

When asked in an interview with Germany's Der Spiegel magazine, whether the U. S. is at risk of becoming a monarchy if she or former Florida Governor Jeb Bush wins the presidency in 2016, Clinton replied in the negative, and added that America has a history of political dynasties.

Hillary Clinton would want Meryl Streep to portray her in film

Hillary ClintonWashington, July 7 - Hillary Clinton confessed that if there were to be a film based on her, she would undoubtedly want the Oscar winning star Meryl Streep to portray her.

According to the Guardian, the former US Secretary of State, said that she found a lot of likeness with 'The Iron Lady' actress, as they are roughly the same age and they both have a bit of similar family background with two brothers and big-hearted mothers who encouraged them to do something valuable in life.

In fact, they both went on to graduate school at Yale and they both went to public schools, she further added.

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