You Never Always Get What You Want: How Hillary Clinton Prepared Herself For Decades.


They say life is funny and we always get what we deserve and not necessarily what we want. That is Hillary’s story. From 1993 to 2003 Hillary Clinton was a first lady of the United States of America during this period. She led effort to enact the Clinton health care plan in the year 1993 which was unsuccessful; she later became the 67th united secretary of state from 2009 to 2013. She succeeded to be the nominee for the president of the United States in the year 2016. She helped the creation of Children’s Health Insurance Program hereby tackling the problems of adoption and the safety of families around the globe. In Beijing year 1915 UN conference on women Clinton brought about a controversial debate in her influential speech where she stated that human right are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights. Clinton became the first woman to be elected as a senator in the year 2000 and the only female ever to seek elective office in the United States.




Hillary too voted for the approval of the war in Afghanistan, Iraq revolution though she later regretted this action. In the Bush tax and drilling in the Arctic National wildlife refuge Hillary was against this thus voting against it. After being re-elected in 2006 to the senate she decided to run for president in 2008, unfortunately Obama won the election though she won more delegates more than any previous female candidates who participated in the Democratic nomination.

As a secretary of state in the Obama administration she responded to the Arab Spring where she advocated for the Libyan intervention. In Iran she was diplomatic to ensure the diplomatic isolation international sanctions against Iran so as to force curtailment of the nuclear program in Iran, which finally ended in multinational joint Comprehensive Plan of Action agreement in 2015.

Clinton received the most votes and primary delegates In 2016 Democratic primaries, after accepting her nomination for president of the United States on July 28. She became the first female candidate to get the nomination in the United States elections. Her campaigns focused on raising income, improvements to the Affordable Care Act and reform of campaign finance and Wall Street. She didn’t have any problem to illegal immigrants, she said she will combat climate change, combating and protecting women’s rights, and universal preschool… Unfortunately Clinton lost the election to Republican rival Donald Triumph after failing to obtain the majority in the Electoral College despite winning the national count of popular vote.



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