Hillary Watch

July 2007
Human Events;7/30/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 26, p11
The author comments on the responses of U.S. Democratic Senator and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to questions asked of her on various issues. In the Democratic CNN/YouTube debate, she answered questions about whether she is a liberal, she considers herself a modern progressive, and if she thinks it is acceptable to have either a George W. Bush or Bill Clinton in the White House again, she said that the problem was George W. Bush's getting elected in the first place in 2000.


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