Hillary Clinton Interviewed by Newsday

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On Monday, Hillary Clinton sat down with the editorial board of the New York publication Newsday. During the interview, Clinton was asked about a variety of topics including jobs and the economy, FEMA, systemic racism, education, and the possibility of having the first female president. Clinton goes into detail of a number of her proposals and it is a great follow-up to her interview with the New York Daily News last week. A full transcript from the interview can be read HERE.

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News Source: Newsday

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