Friday, April 15, 2016

Newsday Gives Hillary Clinton the Nod

The Long Island based paper says Hillary is the one who can carry on the party's legacy.

Newsday endorses Hillary Clinton for Democratic nomination

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton holds a conversation on gun violence at the Landmark Theater on April 11, 2016 in Port Washington. Sitting alongside activists who shared stories of losing their loved ones to gun violence, Clinton said, "Let's figure out what we're going to do to save lives." Photo Credit: Newsday / Alejandra Villa
The right blend of knowledge, skill and experience.

Hillary Clinton, who is aiming to shatter the nation’s highest glass ceiling, has the right blend of knowledge, skill and experience to be an outstanding candidate for president.

We have seen her in action for decades — as an active first lady; as an effective eight-year senator who delivered for New York, including billions in federal aid to rebuild New York City after 9/11; and in four years as secretary of state, when she played a critical role in levying crippling sanctions on Iran and in the killing of Osama bin Laden.

That experience on the world stage makes her the best choice to deal with its complicated troubles, especially terrorism, a newly belligerent Russia and an increasingly militaristic China.

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