Jimmy Kimmel, host of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” has posted a selfie on his Twitter account that features the Clinton family. Kimmel posted the picture after he interviewed the Clinton family. The selfie is a response to the record-breaking tweet that Ellen DeGeneres sent during the 2014 Oscars. Kimmel’s tweet was sent over 23 hours ago and hit around 7,760 retweets and was “favorited” over 8,000 times.
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Hillary Clinton Posts
Hillary Clinton, the former first lady of the United States, has joined Twitter. Her first tweet says “Thanks for the inspiration @ASmith83 & @Sllambe – I’ll take it from here …,” In the tweet, she was referring to a couple of her supporters that created the popular “Texts from Hillary” Tumblr and Twitter accounts.
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Hillary Clinton’s Initiative The Alliance For An Affordable Internet To Help Poor Countries Get Internet Access
Former first lady Hillary Clinton has been serving as the U.S. Secretary of State under President Barack Obama between 2009 and 2013. She announced her resignation recently, but before stepping down she launched an initiative called the Alliance for an Affordable Internet.
In January 2011, Hillary Clinton and Meir Dagan said that Iran’s ability to enrich uranium for developing bombs had been set back. The biggest reason for the setback is because of the Stuxnet computer worm. The way that Stuxnet ended up in Iran’s nuclear plants was because it was planted by a double agent working for Israel. The agent had used a memory stick that was infected inside of the Natanz nuclear facility.
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On March 17, Current TV reporters Euna Lee and Laura Ling were detained for their investigative reporting in North Korea. A couple of days ago, former President Bill Clinton visited North Korea to discuss diplomacy with the country’s leader Kim Jong-il. Clinton was there for a 20 hours visit and came back with the two detainees.
This humanitarian mission put former Vice President Al Gore and Clinton back to work together again. Current TV was co-founded by Al Gore and Joel Hyatt. President Barack Obama and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton requested Bill Clinton to take on the mission.
This was the first time that Jong-il met with someone from the West since he had a stroke one year ago. The release of the two Current TV reporters was a sign of North Korea’s “humanitarian and peace-loving policy” as reported by the Korean Central News Agency.
Clinton apologized for the behavior of the two detainees and expressed the current President’s gratitude. The visit to North Korea came at a tense time as the country is ramping up a nuclear plan.
The President left at about 8:30AM local North Korean time on a private plane to L.A. with the journalists yesterday. The women were sentenced with 12 years of hard labor for illegally entering the country at the time of their arrest. The two women were doing a report on women and human trafficking.
When Hillary Clinton decided to take on the mission, she suggested sending several candidates to North Korea to lobby for the release of the two women. Bill Clinton emerged as the preferred choice by the North Korean people and the government. Clinton agreed to make the trip as long as the Obama administration did not object. Mrs. Clinton is currently touring in Africa.
About two weeks ago, The North Korean Foreign Ministry disapproved of Mrs. Clinton’s remarks when she discussed their nuclear program. The Ministry called her “a funny lady” and said that “sometimes she looks like a primary-school girl and sometimes a pensioner going shopping.”
Euna Lee is a U.S. citizen that was born in South Korea. And Laura Ling is the younger sister of Lisa Ling, who is a correspondent for CNN, Oprah, and National Geographic Explorer.
This was truly one of the most epic news stories I’ve written about and further proves how diplomacy can create freedom.