Tuesday, December 27, 2016

8th Annual Hillary Clinton Year in Review: Installment IX September 2016

Moving into September, while we had seen Hillary focusing steadfastly on issues and her proposed solutions, we had seen a blossoming of rumors that Hillary was not well. Trump had long been saying that she lacked stamina which her tireless schedule belied.  We were moving into the last lap, and Hillary put everything she had into it.

Labor Day was kick-off day for the final stretch of this very long campaign cycle. Hillary marked the day by unveiling HillForce One, a 737, that she flew from Westchester to Ohio where it was parked on the tarmac near Trump’s plane.

Hillary boarded Hill Force One and flew to Hampton, Illinois for the 49th Annual Salute to Labor there.
Speaking to the press on the plane and at a rally in Tampa

At the MSNBC/NBC Commander-in-Chief Forum
Charlotte - a campaign event at Johnson C. Smith University
Hillary Clinton greeted supporters at the at Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport in Kansas City, Missouri and spoke to the National Baptist Convention there.
Another 9/11 anniversary was coming.  Hillary was in New York.  She convened a bipartisan panel of experts on national security at the New York Historical Society.
Hillary attended the 9/11 Memorial but left part way through s she was ill with pneumonia which she had been battling. Hillary had no intention of letting pneumonia keep her away from this event, but it got the better of her and she had to step away from the proceedings.

She stopped off at Chelsea's apartment and reappeared later looking fine, but really did need to take care of that pneumonia which apparently had made the rounds in her campaign staff. Chuck Schumer also said he had been through a bout.
She sent this a few day later.
I just wanted to thank you and everyone on this team for all the well-wishes you’ve sent.
And since I’ve been hearing from so many people today, I wanted to tell you personally that I’m feeling fine and getting better. (It doesn’t hurt to be able to spend some time at home with my dogs.)
Like anyone who’s ever been home sick from work, I’m just anxious to get back out there. There’s so much at stake in this election, and we only have 57 days left in this campaign — I want to make each one count.
Thank you for being the warmest, toughest, and most dependable team I could hope for — you’ve lifted me up, today and every day.
– H
On the 15th, Hillary was back on the tarmac headed for NC.
UNC Greensboro
Hillary wrapped up her first day back on the trail at the CHCI Gala in Washington, D.C.
Black Women’s Agenda 39th Annual Symposium at the Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
As the first woman to win a major party’s presidential nomination, Hillary received the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation’s Trailblazer Award.
Hillary made her case for the millennial vote to an enthusiastic audience of young people at Temple University
In an afternoon reminiscent of her days as secretary of state, Hillary spent an afternoon in New York meeting with foreign dignitaries in town for the U.N. General Assembly.
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Hillary hopped on her plane in White Plains and flew to Orlando to rally Floridians.
One Sunday, Hillary dropped in on, “Apple Seeds,”  a kids’ center in the NYC Flatiron district, paid a visit to Chelsea and family, and met with Netanyahu who was in town for UNGA.
The first presidential debate.
At Wake Tech Community College in Raleigh, North Carolina, Hillary was greeted with wild enthusiasm by a young  audience very proud of her performance in the debate the night before.
Hillary and Bernie teamed up at the University of New Hampshire Durham for a panel discussion on the New College Compact. Hillary also met for a bite to eat with some contest winners.
At the Sunrise Theater Fort Pierce, FL
In Coral Springs, FL

TV appearances in September: 

September endorsements: Four Star Generals, Bob Sennewald and David Maddox, National Air Traffic Controllers Association, 95 retired Generals and Admirals, including a number of 4-Star Generals, Dallas Morning News, William Cohen, Actors' Equity, Every Voice, NY Times, LA Times, The Arizona Republic, John Warner, Tony Pomerleau, Chicago Sun-Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, Desert Sun

Here is the archive for September 2016 >>>>