Clinton to be on National Geographic TV special

Secretary Clinton will be on a National Geographic Channel special called "Inside the State Department" that will air this spring. Cameras have been following Clinton as she has traveled to places such as Pakistan, Africa, and Jerusalem. They’ve recorded her meetings with officials and private moments. The special will also show the extraordinary efforts made ...

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DON EMMERT/AFP/Getty Images

Secretary Clinton will be on a National Geographic Channel special called "Inside the State Department" that will air this spring. Cameras have been following Clinton as she has traveled to places such as Pakistan, Africa, and Jerusalem. They've recorded her meetings with officials and private moments. The special will also show the extraordinary efforts made to protect Clinton's securtity, as well as the IMAX-size video screens at the State Department Operations Center.

The specific airdate isn't available yet, but should eventually appear on the National Geographic Channel's website.

Secretary Clinton will be on a National Geographic Channel special called "Inside the State Department" that will air this spring. Cameras have been following Clinton as she has traveled to places such as Pakistan, Africa, and Jerusalem. They’ve recorded her meetings with officials and private moments. The special will also show the extraordinary efforts made to protect Clinton’s securtity, as well as the IMAX-size video screens at the State Department Operations Center.

The specific airdate isn’t available yet, but should eventually appear on the National Geographic Channel‘s website.

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