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The Hillary end-of-the-week news dump
You’ve read about the hearing. You’ve read about the pantsuits and the inaugural ball gown. So, here’s some Hillary news you may have missed to tide you over until Monday. Steve Clemons of the New America Foundation pores through Hillary Clinton’s written answers to Lugar’s voluminous Questions for the Record (167 of them!) and finds ...
- Steve Clemons of the New America Foundation pores through Hillary Clinton’s written answers to Lugar’s voluminous Questions for the Record (167 of them!) and finds her lacking vision on U.S.-Cuba policy. Just like most other U.S. politicians.
- David Paterson plans to name Hillary Clinton’s successor after the inauguration next week, but is still tight-lipped about who it will be.
- New York Congresswoman — and Feminist Majority Foundation choice — Carolyn Maloney still hopes naively that her solid, Clinton-esque policy workhorse credentials will trump Paterson’s polical self-interest (nominating State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo) or star power (Caroline Kennedy) so she swallowed hard like most New York City people do and tromped up to Albany to meet with other Democrats and the media.
- Meanwhile, like at least one man before him, German Ambassador Klaus Scharioth has quite the crush on Hillary.