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January 3, 2013
She’s talking to staff, she is taking paper at home. She sounds terrific. She’s looking forward to coming back next week.
Victoria Nuland, spokesperson for Sec. Hillary Clinton • Discussing the current condition of the outgoing Secretary of State, less than 24 hours after Secretary Clinton first made headlines when several outlets inaccurately reported that she had been discharged and readmitted to the hospital. Clinton was hospitalized earlier this week to receive treatment for a blood clot that formed after she suffered a concussion last month. source
16:18 // 1 year ago
January 2, 2013
breakingnews:

US Secretary of State Clinton discharged from hospital NBC News: US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton briefly leaves New York Presbyterian Hospital with husband, Bill, top, and daughter, Chelsea on Wednesday. She later returned and was then formally discharged.
 Clinton had not been seen in public since Dec. 7 and has undergone treatment for a blood clot that stemmed from a concussion she suffered in mid-December. Photo credit: Joshua Lott / Reuters

There was something of a snafu amongst media networks earlier today, when it was incorrectly reported that Secretary of State Clinton had been released from hospital care. Thankfully for everyone, most of all Secretary Clinton herself, it only took a few more hours for her release to truly occur.

breakingnews:

US Secretary of State Clinton discharged from hospital

NBC NewsUS Secretary of State Hillary Clinton briefly leaves New York Presbyterian Hospital with husband, Bill, top, and daughter, Chelsea on Wednesday. She later returned and was then formally discharged.


Clinton had not been seen in public since Dec. 7 and has undergone treatment for a blood clot that stemmed from a concussion she suffered in mid-December.
 
Photo credit: Joshua Lott / Reuters

There was something of a snafu amongst media networks earlier today, when it was incorrectly reported that Secretary of State Clinton had been released from hospital care. Thankfully for everyone, most of all Secretary Clinton herself, it only took a few more hours for her release to truly occur.

21:20 // 1 year ago
December 31, 2012

Hillary, Conspiracy, and Blood Clots

kohenari:

From Reuters:

FLASH: Secretary Clinton suffered blood clot between brain and skull, behind right ear, doctors say. Clinton did not suffer stroke or neurological damage according to doctors.

From a million idiots all over the country:

So, then, when is she going to testify about Benghazi? #tcot #faker #conspiracy #foxnews

First we had truthers. Then we had birthers. Now we have clotters.

(Source: reuters)

17:03 // 1 year ago
December 30, 2012
20:57 // 1 year ago
Can we talk about this? I recently courted a phone call from my brother where he actively accused Hillary of faking an illness to get out of testifying on Benghazi. And now people are responding like this. I mean, is it possible that she just got really sick? I mean, things happen. And as we all know, a Jump to Conclusions mat is a terrible idea. — Ernie @ SFB

Can we talk about this? I recently courted a phone call from my brother where he actively accused Hillary of faking an illness to get out of testifying on Benghazi. And now people are responding like this. I mean, is it possible that she just got really sick? I mean, things happen. And as we all know, a Jump to Conclusions mat is a terrible idea— Ernie @ SFB

20:18 // 1 year ago
20:06 // 1 year ago
December 15, 2012

Sec. of State Clinton won’t tesitfy on Benghazi due to concussion

  • thenOutgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was scheduled to testify before House and Senate committees next week, regarding the September 11th attack on an American consulate in the Libyan city of Benghazi.
  • now Clinton will not testify next Thursday as scheduled, according to the State Department, due to a concussion. The Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, Philippe Reines, stated that Clinton fainted while suffering from a stomach virus, subsequently hitting her head. Next week’s committee hearing will reportedly continue without her, for the time being. source
17:53 // 1 year ago
December 3, 2012
This is a red line for the United States. I am not going to telegraph in any specifics what we would do in the event of credible evidence that the Assad regime has resorted to using chemical weapons against their own people. But suffice it to say we are certainly planning to take action if that eventuality were to occur.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton • Making clear that the United States will not remain idle on the sidelines any longer if the Syrian government uses chemical weapons on civilians or rebel forces inside the country. The United States and other nations have maintained a mostly hands-off policy with regards to the conflict in Syria, instead pushing for change via diplomacy, though international pressure has yet to yield any significant results outside of occasional political defections. The Syrian government has already responded with a denial that they own such weapons, saying officials would never do such a thing “under any circumstances.” source
14:22 // 1 year ago
November 30, 2012
This administration — like previous administrations — has been very clear with Israel that these activities set back the cause of a negotiated peace.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton • Discussing Israel’s plan to build new settlements on the West Bank in violation of international law, a decision announced hours after the United Nations voted in favor of giving Palestine de facto statehood. While critical of the newly-announced settlements, Clinton said that the United States would continue to favor Israel in peace talks. “If and when the parties are ready to enter into direct negotiations to solve the conflict, President (Barack) Obama will be a full partner to them,” she said.
22:59 // 1 year ago
November 18, 2012
A historic visit: For the first time ever, a sitting U.S. president has visited Myanmar (or if you roll that way, Burma), a country long cut off from the outside world. The president, accompanied by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, isn’t going there to endorse the government he claims, but the steps it needs to take. The official U.S. Embassy account for the country has more.

A historic visit: For the first time ever, a sitting U.S. president has visited Myanmar (or if you roll that way, Burma), a country long cut off from the outside world. The president, accompanied by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, isn’t going there to endorse the government he claims, but the steps it needs to take. The official U.S. Embassy account for the country has more.

22:39 // 1 year ago