Hillary Gets Her Own Museum Spot In DC, But The Reason Why Is Even More Bizarre
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There are many great figures in the illustrious history of American diplomacy. Thomas Jefferson. Benjamin Franklin. George C. Marshall. Henry Kissinger. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Reported by Western Journalism:
At this point, you may be humming that old “Sesame Street” tune “One of These Things Is Not Like the Others,” and we would agree you would be spot-on accurate. Don’t tell that to the U.S. State Department, though.
The department Hillary Clinton once ignominiously presided over has decided to dedicate one wing of a new museum in Washington D.C. to the former top diplomat and failed presidential contender. That has the 2016 Democratic nominee returning to the city she was decisively booted from just two short months ago. And we couldn’t help but wonder what she might say at the dedication…and what might be on display in Hillary’s honor.
According to The Washington Post, Hillary will be speaking at the Tuesday opening ceremony for the U.S. Diplomacy Center, a glass-fronted museum addition to the State Department building which cost about $50 million. She’ll be on a speaking dais that includes former secretaries of state Madeline Albright and Colin Powell.
The four wings of the museum — which will feature diplomatic history and artifacts from throughout the State Department’s history — will each be named after a former secretary of state. The four honorees are Henry Kissinger, James Baker, Hillary Clinton and current Secretary of State John Kerry.
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