Democrats have accused Republicans of launching a spurious probe of Clinton to divert attention from the investigation into possible collusion between Trumps election campaign and Russia
Hillary Clinton was born on 26 October, 1947. She grew up in a middle-class family in the Chicago suburb of Park Ridge. Hillary studied at Wellesley College, where she became actively involved in politics, before going on to study at Yale Law School, where she met Bill Clinton.
In 1992 Hillary presented herself as a dynamic and valued partner to her husband Bill Clinton who was standing for U.S. president. Hillary’s own political career progressed with her senate seat win in 2000, making her the first wife of a president to seek and win public office. After winning the 2004 elections, Obama made Clinton his secretary of state.
Hillary Clinton is running in the 2016 U.S. elections.
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