this is the case with the former president, and I am not the only one who thinks this way. You may not agree with me, but the way she was perceived by the press and the public was a huge problem. I’m not suggesting she didn’t do something wrong, she was just in trouble for reasons that no one knew. Still, I think her legacy will live on.
Of course, I don’t know how she’d respond to your question, that is really for you to decide. I think the real question is why people think her legacy will be great. You can’t get something bad out of her. She was just a person, like you.
To me, “legacy” is a misnomer. For many (especially those of us who were around when she was in her teens) her legacy is that of a woman who ran around the world as the “human” she was supposed to be. This was an attempt to become more, but she seemed to be doing more less. She got away with a lot of things, and as time went on, some of them got out of hand.
I see the argument that her legacy will be great because she did less, and that she did so much less than most of us will ever do. Personally, I don’t believe it. I think that the reason she was such a success was because she was more of a woman. I think that she was more of a leader, a woman who could be someone. In the end, she was more of a leader than most of us are.
She was the first woman elected to the U.S. presidency, and she was the first woman to have an electoral college victory. You know, the same things that made her so successful were also the things that got her in trouble. Just because she was more of a leader doesn’t mean she was more of a woman, nor is she perfect or perfect for all of us.
She was and she is still a very flawed person. She was extremely naive in a lot of ways, and that is probably one of the reasons why we have such a hard time with her. She has a lot of good qualities, she was a very good secretary for president, and she did very well, but the fact is she was an extremely flawed person. She was a very naive person, and that is very hard to deal with when you are the president of the United States.
This is a theme I see a lot in politics and in our current political arena, and it seems to me that it applies to the woman who is the current occupant of the White House. She was naive, and it is obvious that she was not perfect. We have to learn from her mistakes, and that does not allow us to fall so easily into her trap.
The same thing happens to the current occupant of the White House. She’s the one who was naive, and we have to learn from her mistakes, and that does not allow us to fall so easily into her trap. But for Hillary Clinton, she was the first woman president, and those issues are not going to go away just because she is no longer the president.
It is not enough to be a woman president for the country to be great. The country must be the greatest. In other words, her issues will not go away simply because she is no longer a woman.
In the last episode of HBO’s “The Sopranos,” we came across a scene in which a character, in the midst of a heated argument with his ex-wife, says “You’re not my wife anymore, you’re my boss.