Clinton back in business post-wedding

Secretary Clinton is back in business after Chelsea’s amazing wedding this weekend. Today she finally has public events on her schedule, for the first time since Monday, July 26. Clinton’s schedule today is very Africa-focused: 12:15 p.m.: Clinton delivers remarks to the President’s Forum with Young African Leaders. 3 p.m.: Clinton meets with members of ...

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Secretary Clinton is back in business after Chelsea's amazing wedding this weekend. Today she finally has public events on her schedule, for the first time since Monday, July 26. Clinton's schedule today is very Africa-focused:

12:15 p.m.: Clinton delivers remarks to the President's Forum with Young African Leaders.

3 p.m.: Clinton meets with members of the African Women's Entrepreneurship Program  participating in the AGOA (African Growth and Opportunity Act) Forum.

Secretary Clinton is back in business after Chelsea’s amazing wedding this weekend. Today she finally has public events on her schedule, for the first time since Monday, July 26. Clinton’s schedule today is very Africa-focused:

12:15 p.m.: Clinton delivers remarks to the President’s Forum with Young African Leaders.

3 p.m.: Clinton meets with members of the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program  participating in the AGOA (African Growth and Opportunity Act) Forum.

3:10 p.m.: Clinton delivers remarks at the AGOA Forum.

3:30 p.m.: Clinton attends a USAID senior staff retreat.

5:15 p.m.: Clinton meets at the White House with Defense Secretary Robert Gates and National Security Advisor Jim Jones.

In the photo above, tourists donning Hillary and Bill Clinton masks drive through the site of Chelsea’s wedding, Rhinebeck, N.Y., on the big day, July 31.

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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