Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced her support for gay marriage Monday, putting her in line with other potential Democratic presidential candidates on a social issue that is rapidly gaining public approval. Clinton made the announcement in an online video released Monday morning by the gay rights advocacy group Human Rights Campaign. She says in the six-minute video that gays and lesbians are "full and equal citizens and deserve the rights of citizenship. Clinton's announcement is certain to further fuel the already rampant speculation that she is considering another run for president in Andrew Cuomo and Maryland Gov.
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PolitiFact | Hillary Clinton’s changing position on same-sex marriage
March 18, -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has formally announced her support of same-sex marriage in a video released by the Human Rights Campaign on Monday. In the six minute address, a well-rested Mrs. Clinton speaks directly to the camera, outlining the case for the legalization of gay marriage. That includes marriage. The announcement from Clinton comes just after a high profile Republican, Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, announced his experience with his gay son had led him to support same-sex marriage.
Clinton BS Files: Is Hillary a secret lesbian? Not that it matters at all, but probably not
During a stop in Nepal while on a south Asian goodwill tour in April , First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton engaged in a brief and reportedly coincidental meeting with Sir Edmund Hillary, the famed mountain climber who along with Tenzing Norgay became the first person to reach the summit of Mt. Everest , the Himalayan peak on the Nepal-Tibet border that is the highest point on Earth, in On that occasion the First Lady told reporters that she had in fact been named after the man who conquered Everest — a claim that was greeted with a good deal of skepticism in some quarters and was almost certainly a bit of fiction invented for political expediency, yet was reported unskeptically in contemporaneous news coverage:.
Trump has tried to distract attention from his misogyny by throwing the spotlight on Jones, Willey and Broaddrick. These casual and pernicious comparisons have been endlessly recycled and loudly echoed in what my friend, the journalist Robert Parry, has called the mighty wurlitzer of rightwing talk shows and social media. The facts that follow are somewhat tangled, so please be patient facts are stubborn things. Before and after she testified in the Paula Jones case in , she says, the Clintons have carried on a campaign of intimidation against her involving the vandalism of her car, the theft of her recent book manuscript and a cat skull on her porch.