Chelsea Clinton appeared on NBC’s the Today Show earlier this week. During the interview, Chelsea discussed the 2016 presidential election with co-host Savannah Guthrie and her reaction to her mother’s loss. The primary reason for Chelsea’s visit, however, was the release of her new children’s book She Persisted: 13 American Women Who Changed the World. The book tells the story of women who refused to accept the status quo and fought for equal rights. Watch the interview with Chelsea above, and you can order the book HERE.
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News Source: Today
Today, Hillary Rodham Clinton was in New Hampshire where she participated in a town hall event that was broadcast live on NBC’s Today Show. During the event, which took place in Hollis, she was asked a number of questions by host Savannah Guthrie. They discussed her poll numbers, her email, and the politicization of the House Benghazi Committee. Then, the microphone was turned over to those in attendance. Clinton was asked questions about a number of topics including whether she would consider being vice president, her favorite drink, her thoughts about Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump, and her plan to combat gun violence, a plan that she laid out in more detail during a town hall event later in the day. A number of clips from this morning’s show are below.
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