Hillary Clinton: Happy 73rd Birthday Today! American Politician, Diplomatic, Lawyer, Writer, and Public Speaker!
Hillary Clinton’s Early Life and Education, Marriage, Family, Law Career, First Lady of the United States (1993-2001), Cultural and Political Image, Books and Recordings!
Early Life and Education
Hillary Clinton: Happy 73rd Birthday Today! American Politician, Diplomatic, Lawyer, Writer, and Public Speaker Hillary Diane Rodham Clinton were born on October 26, 1947 (age 73 today) in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. She is married to Bill Clinton since 1975, and they have one daughter only named Chelsea Clinton. Her Parents are Hugh Rodham and Dorothy Howell. They both made a mix to Hillary Clinton of English and Welsh, Dutch, French Canadian, and Scottish descendants. Hugh and Tony her brothers. In school, she was her teacher’s favorite, and she uses to play softball and swimming, which gained several badges as a Brownie and Girl Scout. Her History teacher was who inspired her to go to the political sciences.
Hillary Clinton: Happy 73rd Birthday Today!
Her residence in Chappaqua, New York, and Washington, D.C. The United States. Her Net worth in October 2015 was USD 45 million. Her political party is Democratic since 1960 to the present and has other political affiliations as Republican before 1968. In 1969, she graduated from Wellesley College from Juris Doctor from Yale Law School in 1973, where she was President of the Wellesley Young Republicans. In 1969, in the murdering of Martin Luther King Jr., Clinton organized a two-day student strike and also worked with Wellesley black students to recruit them.
Marriage to Bill Clinton and The Birth of Chelsea
She met her husband Bill Clinton at Yale, and after Bill Clinton repeatedly insisted on marrying her, she accepted. They got married at the Methodist on October 11, 1975. Then on February 27, 1980, the couple’s only child was born, their only daughter called Chelsea.
First Lady of the United States (1993-2001)
Hillary Rodham Clinton became the First Lady of the United States in January 1993, when Bill Clinton became the United States president. She had twelve nonconsecutive months as a First Lady. After Eleanor Roosevelt, Clinton was considered the most empowered woman as a president in all America History.
Cultural and Political Image
Hillary Clinton’s memoirs were sold more than the praising books. She also enrolled in fundraising activities. The Press described her as a feminist writer and activist. The popular media have also described her as a figure of polarizing. Hillary Clinton became one of the most respected world figures when she was a Secretary of State, and her public image became very strong. However, her public image slumped to the lowest levels with her 2016 presidential campaign and her troubled email controversy.
Books and Recordings
It takes a village (1996).
Dear Socks, Dear Buddy: Kids’Letters to the First Pets (1998).
An Invitation to the White House: A Home with History (2000)
Living History (2003). This book was translated into 12 languages.
Hard Choices (2014).
With Tim Kaine, Strong Together (2016).
What Happened (2017) e-book and audio, and print.
With Chelsea Clinton: Favorite Stories of Courage and Resilience (2019).