Hillary Clinton Finds New Profession after Two Failed Presidential Candidacies

Hillary Clinton has found a new profession as she’s been appointed a professor at Columbia University in New York City.

Clinton’s Appointment Gets Only Praise from Lefty Propaganda

Even though there were rumors she may attempt a third run for the presidency, Clinton has now become the latest addition to the faculty of the International and Public Affairs School of Columbia University, Legal Insurrection reports.

Hillary Clinton was America’s First Lady as the wife of then-Democrat President Bill Clinton in 1993-2001, a presidency marked by Bill’s sex affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, amid the multiple cases in which he cheated on Hillary.

From 2001-2009, Clinton served as a US Senator from New York state; in 2008, she lost the race for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination to Barack Obama.

Obama then appointed her as his Secretary of State during his first administration from 2009-2013, during which she made many significant blunders and got tangled in other scandals.

This includes the handling of the US military intervention in Libya and her outrageous usage of a private email server for her official correspondence.

In 2016, Hillary Clinton lost the presidential election to President Trump despite the help she got from mainstream media propaganda and Big Tech social medial censorship.

That’s not even mentioning the Clintons’ tight friendship with disgraced pedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein, which may yet disclose stupefying skeletons in their closet.

She Will Practically Save the World Out of Columbia

The management of Columbia University seems to be unperturbed by Clinton’s numerous failures and scandals in both America’s domestic politics and on the world stage. This is so much so that it has now made her a professor of “international and public affairs.”

Lee Bollinger, the President of Columbia University, announced that Hillary Clinton will join the school’s faculty through its “Columbia World Projects,” which stimulates its professors to interact with governments and other entities to take on “global challenges.”

Bollinger also lauded the former First Lady for “her extraordinary talents and capacities,” uniquely combined with “her singular life experiences,” which would help the university in its quest in favor of “the public good.”

Keren Yarhi-Milo, the dean of Columbia’s International and Public Affairs School, declared in a separate statement that Hillary Clinton is a “remarkable leader.”

The dean argued she had been “on the front lines” of all vital challenges facing today’s world – from the fight to rescue democracy to the struggle for women’s rights and marginalized people.

According to Yarhi-Milo, Clinton is going to end up bringing together the world’s “best policy minds” who would come up with “innovative policy solutions.”

Columbia University’s announcements made it clear the double Democrat presidential election failure will start teaching its students in the 2023-2024 academic year.

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