New photo of Hillary Clinton is the scariest thing you’ll see

Hillary Clinton’s fall from grace was sharp and fast. This is only going to make it worse.

Because this new photo of Hillary Clinton is the most despicable thing you’ll see.

A decade after her resignation, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton had her official portrait released by the United States Department of State last week.

Clinton is shown here in front of the American flag in this official photo. Steven Polson painted it, as he did portraits of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Madeleine Albright, and General Colin Powell.

In 2009, Hillary Clinton left the Senate to become the 67th secretary of state under President Barack Obama. As a result of the consequences from the Benghazi attacks, her deteriorating health, and her lackluster diplomatic track record, she resigned in 2013. Clinton was followed by John Kerry.

At the ceremony on Tuesday, September 26th, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said, “Secretary Clinton led the push to strategically rethink where, with whom, and how America engages, especially in the Indo-Pacific, where she rightly recognizes the region that would determine the trajectory of the 21st century.”

Blinken praised Clinton’s work on social issues as well.

“She was the first secretary of state to declare and uphold an inalienable truth: gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights,” he claimed. “A lot of what’s now recognized as universal, what’s commonly accepted, Secretary Clinton helped make it that way.”

With regard to her leadership style, Clinton has remarked that she was, “taking a longer-term view about where we wanted to be, what kind of world we wanted to create for our children and grandchildren.”

Clinton’s stance on Putin was praised by Blinken, who said, “She led with both America’s values and our interests in calling out Putin for who he really is — from the start,” to enthusiastic applause from the crowd.

Clinton currently co-teaches the “Inside the Situation Room” course at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs and chairs the Institute of Global Politics there.

For many Americans, this feels like a slap in the face considering that Hillary Clinton is a disgrace in the eyes of anyone who isn’t a part of the political establishment or an extremely far Left radical. Her part in the Benghazi scandal that cost the lives of Americans is particularly unforgivable.

The Benghazi scandal, which occurred in 2012, revolves around the attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya. On September 11, 2012, armed militants launched a coordinated assault on the compound, resulting in the deaths of four Americans, including Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens.

The controversy primarily centered on the U.S. government’s response and the level of security provided to the diplomatic mission. Critics, particularly political opponents of the Obama administration, alleged that officials failed to adequately protect the facility despite prior security concerns and requests for additional resources. They also argued that the administration initially downplayed the attack’s terrorist nature, instead attributing it to a spontaneous protest.

Multiple investigations followed, including congressional inquiries and a State Department Accountability Review Board report. The Benghazi attack became a highly politicized issue, with Republicans criticizing the response of the Obama administration and then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who later ran for president in 2016. The controversy persisted as a significant talking point in American politics during subsequent years.

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