When she stepped up to the dais, Clinton too remembered the harrowing Balkan adventure. “I remember landing under sniper fire,” she recalled. She and her retinue were then sent “running with our heads down to our vehicles.”
Her courageous fellow travelers for that 1996 trip included her daughter, Chelsea — oh, and singer Sheryl Crow, plus comedian Sinbad.
I never felt that I was in a dangerous position. I never felt being in a sense of peril, or “Oh, God, I hope I’m going to be OK when I get out of this helicopter or when I get out of his tank.”
I think the only “red-phone” moment was: “Do we eat here or at the next place.”
Hillary is one photo op away from:
Does anyone wonder why Republicans have started to vote for Hillary in larger numbers?
The (Boston) Globe notes that the Republican share of the vote in Texas, Ohio and Mississippi was higher than it had been in previous Democratic races, and Hillary Clinton’s share of their vote also increased dramatically in the exit polls. The paper also describes it as “possible, though perhaps unlikely” that mischievous crossover voters delivered a win to Hillary in the Texas primary — she received an estimated 119,000 GOP voters there, with an overall margin of victory of around 101,000.