Guest post by aphra behn
Coming just as Clinton celebrates one of the strongest stretches of her campaign — marked by the clinching of the party nomination, Bernie Sanders’ fade, and endorsements from President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren — the move is a confirmation of the campaign’s intent to take an aggressive posture toward the real estate developer.
Belgium: Donald Trump's favorite "city."https://t.co/9ASLMhAbiF— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) June 16, 2016
Hillary was a visitor in our home while I was governor. She'd been working on programs for children, and my wife was very interested in that as well. The two of them went into the fridge and made sandwiches and literally sat up until 1 o'clock in the morning talking. I found her very kind, a very good person.
We have asked a lot of Hillary Clinton. We have asked her to abide relentless misogyny and personal attacks; to patiently wait her turn; to be ready but not ambitious; to be strong but vulnerable; to have gravitas but be fun; to speak with authority but not too loudly; to know everything but not be a know-it-all.