Hillary news tidbits

FP‘s image uploader is not functioning right now, unfortunately. Otherwise, I would be posting photos of Secretary Clinton in her cast. A couple of images are available here and here, though. Due to all the Web-site problems, I’m just posting a couple of quick tidbits of Hillary news this afternoon. I regret not being able ...

FP's image uploader is not functioning right now, unfortunately. Otherwise, I would be posting photos of Secretary Clinton in her cast. A couple of images are available here and here, though.

FP‘s image uploader is not functioning right now, unfortunately. Otherwise, I would be posting photos of Secretary Clinton in her cast. A couple of images are available here and here, though.

Due to all the Web-site problems, I’m just posting a couple of quick tidbits of Hillary news this afternoon. I regret not being able to post more today.

–Secretary Clinton has canceled her trips to Greece and Italy.

–Late-night humor (obtained from The Frontrunner via Nexis):

David Letterman:

President Barack Obama’s approval rating of 61 percent, which I thought was staggeringly high, has now dropped to 56 percent. … So don’t kid yourselves. Hillary could still win this thing.

Did you hear this? Hillary Clinton busted her elbow. Apparently, she slipped and hit the floor when she … went home to her husband early, unannounced.

Jimmy Fallon:

Hillary Clinton is expected to make a full recovery after having surgery to repair her broken right elbow. … Yeah, doctors say she’ll be able to point and crazy smile at people in no time.

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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