Hillary Clinton includes herself with Obama, Biden in pic shared for Presidents’ Day and excludes husband Bill

The two-time presidential hopeful shared a photo of herself in the Oval Office alongside current President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama with the caption, 'Happy Presidents Day!'


                            Hillary Clinton includes herself with Obama, Biden in pic shared for Presidents’ Day and excludes husband Bill
Bill Clinton (L), Barack Obama, Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton in the photo shared on Presidents’ Day (R) (Getty Images/ Facebook: Hillary Clinton)
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Hillary Clinton included herself in a photo of presidents on Presidents Day, but left out her own husband Bill Clinton, who served as the 42nd POTUS from 1993 to 2001.

The two-time presidential hopeful shared a photo of herself in the Oval Office alongside current President Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama. The picture saw Hillary pointing at the camera with a laugh and was captioned, "Happy Presidents Day!” However, it did not include Bill Clinton, her husband of over 46 years.

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On Valentine's Day -- just one day prior to the above post -- Bill Clinton had shared a heartwarming photo of himself with his arm around his wife, captioned, "My Valentine." Hillary responded to her husband with a string of heart emoticons.

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Breitbart News referenced the former secretary of state's interview about her hypothetically being president of another planet in 2017. Hillary, during an interview with Now This, imagined leaving Earth for a hypothetical "Earth 2", a planet that faces the same socio-political issues as the actual Earth.

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“We went to another planet with Hillary,” the caption read as host Nico Pitney hurled a series of scenarios at Hillary. “People joke about Earth 2, where you are president,” he told Clinton, who responded saying she would have “full-on diplomatic pressure” to confront Earth 2’s North Korea. She said that if she was in charge, she would put "as much money as it took into enforcing the laws we already have” on guns, and would mandate “universal background checks.”

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An aide attempted to end the interview after she answered a question about the ongoing opioid crisis, but Hillary insisted she wished to continue the discussion. “You want one more? I’ll be short — one more. Because I like being on Earth 2,” Clinton said. Pitney then asked her what she would do about Russia.

Hillary said if she "had been president, or on Earth 2, where I am,” she would have an “independent commission” investigate the alleged Russian “hacking” of the 2016 presidential election.

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The former secretary of state recently accused Republican senators who didn't vote to convict President Donald J. Trump of being "co-conspirators."

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“If Senate Republicans fail to convict Donald Trump, it won't be because the facts were with him or his lawyers mounted a competent defense,” Trump’s former political opponent tweeted on February 10. “It will be because the jury includes his co-conspirators.”

 


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Trump's defense lawyer Michael van der Veen told senators on Friday that Hillary could be impeached as a private citizen and barred from running for office in the future under the precedent set by Trump's second impeachment trial. “This could happen to … the former secretary of state,” said van der Veen. “It could happen to a lot of people. That’s not the way this is supposed to work.”

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In this screenshot taken from a congress.gov webcast, Michael van der Veen, a lawyer for former President Donald Trump, speaks on the fifth day of former President Donald Trump's second impeachment trial at the U.S. Capitol on February 13, 2021, in Washington, DC. (Getty Images)

Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio also asked whether Trump's trial “would create a new precedent” for former federal officials such as Hillary Clinton. Lead impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland responded by saying the hypothetical question had "no bearing on this case" and that "this official was not impeached in office for conduct while in office," without mentioning Hillary by name.

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