"I am thrilled to fully join this remarkable organization that [former President] Bill [Clinton] started a dozen years ago, and to call it my home for the work I will be doing", she said in remarks at the Clinton Global Initiative in 2013. But I think we all need to be asking ourselves that question periodically, ' she added.
"I think there are a lot of ways to get involved". "And I just am really grateful to have more time with her now than I've had in a long time".
First, we heard that Russians used a network of hackers to target users and issues on Facebook, Twitter, and several social networks and chat rooms, specifically to malign Hillary Clinton and favor Donald Trump.
The failed presidential candidate has "all but ruled out" going back to the Clinton Foundation, The Hillreported Wednesday (http://thehill.com/homenews/news/327321-hillary-clinton-unlikely-to-return-to-family-foundation), citing three sources close to the former Democratic nominee. She is also preparing to release an illustrated children's book in May that celebrates female leaders. Reached by phone, she said she could not comment on what she hopes to accomplish in the job because she does not officially start for a week.
Page briefly served as a foreign policy adviser to Trump's campaign, though he split from the campaign before the election and the White House says the president has no relationship with him.
Whether the Fox report is accurate or not, Trump's statements raise a bigger question - why does he want people to know he was bugged? Asked if she planned to run, she replied, "no, no, no".
"But having worked for her and having seen how hard she fights, I'd be disappointed if she spent the rest of her career in the woods".
15 people shot, 1 killed at Cincinnati nightclub
Rob Richardson Jr., another mayoral candidate, said it hits close to home, as he has younger family members who attend the club. One patient was treated for a gunshot wound and released from Anderson Hospital, said Nanette Bentley, hospital spokeswoman.
Leaders react after latest NKorea missile
It has also conducted two nuclear weapons tests since January 2016, all in defiance of United Nations sanctions. Tillerson's statement, in full, reads: "North Korea launched yet another intermediate range ballistic missile".