What Julia Fox and Hillary Clinton Wore to Parties Last Week
In response to my email to Hillary Clinton, Clinton responded: “When I first ran for the Senate, we didn’t take people who looked like us, we took people who worked with us as colleagues, and worked to be the best people we could be, or work with them. And you were right, there are some people who are just fundamentally and forever American and they’re never going to understand that.”
Clinton went on to discuss the concept of being “different but equal,” and how it is not a dichotomy, but the way it functions is that the people who belong to the middle don’t like the people who are at left or right and vice versa, and these people are often at odds and they do not understand each other, but it is the most important factor of leadership.
Last week: Hillary Clinton did a lot more speaking at fundraisers. She gave a great speech at the Georgetown University Inn, which is a women’s hospital and she and Hillary Clinton both work at the hospital. The fundraising events seemed to be one of the highlights of the week. Clinton was given a lovely gold dress and red shoes from the women’s hospital and she was photographed wearing the dress outside the hotel.
Clinton was asked a lot of questions, but she spoke on women’s rights, and she spoke on reproductive rights, and she spoke on the importance of marriage, which is really important because it sets a model for the next generations, and she talked a lot about education and she spoke about the importance of science and science-based policy, and she talked about the role of women in government and in the workforce.
She also talked a lot about the importance of women’s health, which is her pet cause, and how important it is for women to have access to affordable health care, and she talked about the importance of a woman being able to