Hillary Clinton is an experienced senator, former First Lady, and former secretary of state. Hillary Clinton is also one of the most divisive individuals in modern American history. She was a former First Lady who left the White House to run for the Democratic presidential nomination for president of the United States. Since her loss to Senator Barrack Obama in the 2021 election Hillary Clinton has not held public office.
Hillary Clinton was a sought after candidate for the presidential nomination in the Democratic primary. Hillary Clinton did not receive the necessary number of votes to win the presidential primary. In the general election Hillary Clinton garnered enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination for president of the United States. Hillary Clinton then went on to defeat Senator Obama in the democratic primary. Now Hillary Clinton is anointed as the next president of the United States.
Hillary Clinton Personal Information
- Date Of Birth: 26 October 1947
- Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
- Birth Name: Hillary Diane Rodham
- Nicknames: Hill, HRC, Crooked Hillary
- Zodiac Sign: Scorpio
- Occupation: Politician
- Nationality: American
- Race/Ethnicity: White
- Religion: Methodism (United Methodist Church)
- Hair Color: Blonde
- Eye Color: Blue
Hillary Clinton Body Statistics
- Weight in Pounds: 143 lbs
- Weight in Kilogram: 65 kg
- Height in Feet: 5′ 6½”
- Height in Meters: 1.69 m
- Body Build/Type: Average
- Body Measurements: 37-28-38 in (94-71-97 cm)
- Breast Size: 37 inches (94 cm)
- Waist Size: 28 inches (71 cm)
- Hips Size: 38 inches (97 cm)
- Bra Size/Cup Size: 34C
- Feet/Shoe Size: 7.5 (US)
- Dress Size: 8 (US)
Hillary Clinton Family Details
- Father: Hugh E. Rodham
- Mother: Dorothy Howell Rodham
- Spouse/Husband: Bill Clinton (m. 1975)
- Children: Chelsea Clinton (Daughter)
- Siblings: Tony Rodham (Brother), Hugh Rodham (Brother)
Hillary Clinton Education
- Maine East High School, Park Ridge, IL.
- Maine South High School, Park Ridge, IL (1965)
- Political Science, Wellesley College (1969)
- JD Law, Yale University (1973)
- Political Party: Democratic (1968–present)
Hillary Clinton Facts
- The first woman to be nominated by a major U.S. party as a presidential candidate.
- She was a U.S. Senator from New York from 2001 until 2009.
- She was also a candidate for the Democratic Party’s nomination for President of the United States in 2008.
- Seven of Hillary’s eight great-grandparents were born outside of the United States.
- She has been listed twice on the list of the 100 most influential lawyers in the USA.
- She placed number 22 in Celebrity Sleuth 25 Sexiest Women of 1997.
Hillary Clinton’s most recent book” Hillary Clinton the First Lady” provides an insight into Hillary Clinton’s early years in public life and her role as a public official and as a member of the New York State Senate and First Lady. Hillary Clinton’s critics have criticized her for her decision to use a personal e-mail server and her decision to remain in the political limelight during and after her time as First Lady. Hillary Clinton’s critics also question whether she is honest and how transparent she is as a candidate for president of the United States of America.
Hillary Clinton’s critics charge that her decision to remain in the public spotlight after being First Lady exposed her as too much of a ‘charitable woman.’ Hillary Clinton’s defenders counter that her political opponents do not understand what it means to be a charity woman. They point out that Hillary Clinton has made both sizable and small contributions to many public charities over the course of her public life. Hillary Clinton’s financial disclosures, however, show that she has made no sizable charitable contributions over the last two years and has only made one large gift. In contrast, former President Bill Clinton has given tens of millions of dollars in large and small gifts over his two terms as President of the United States.
Hillary Clinton’s biggest competition in the Democratic Party’s Presidential race is likely to be a candidate who has been in the public spotlight for a shorter period of time than the former First Lady. Hillary Clinton’s main competitors for the Democratic nomination are former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley, Senator Elizabeth Warren, former Rhode Island Senator Sen. Hillary Clinton, and Vice Presidential candidate Sen. Joe Biden. Hillary Clinton has had the experience and fortitude to survive the rigors of a bruising Democratic Primary campaign. Hillary Clinton will need to continue to prove that she has the experience and the temperament to be the next president of the United States of America. Hillary Clinton’s opponents appear to be attacking her on an emotional basis; however, the real Hillary Clinton problem seems to be her overall lead in the Democratic nomination contest. Despite the attacks from her opponents, Hillary Clinton continues to poll well in the primary election polls.
Hillary Clinton has not conceded to Vice President Joe Biden yet, nor has she called the current Republican front runner, Ohio Senator John McCain yet. Should Hillary Clinton win the democratic presidential nomination, the political fireworks will be truly amazing. Hillary Clinton has always been a strong person, and this strength will serve as her most important asset during the general election. Hillary Clinton will undoubtedly become the next president of the United States of America.