She might be the next president of the United States, but former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s foray into the book publishing world is a flop. Due to low consumer demand Mrs. Clinton’s new autobiography, “Hard Choices,” has already landed in the sale bin with 40% slashed off the original sticker price.
Potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is featured on the cover of this week’s People magazine.
Some are criticizing People magazine’s editors for selecting a photo which gives the impression that the former Secretary of State is so weak she had to prop herself up with a walker.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was discharged from NY-Presbyterian hospital today, after a 3-day hospital stay for treatment of a blood clot in her head.
Mrs. Clinton smiled as she was whisked away from the hospital in the back of a car accompanied by her relieved husband, former U.S. President Bill Clinton.
There is sad news to report today. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton was hospitalized over the weekend with a blood clot.
A blood clot is a lump of red blood cells gelled together.
Mrs. Clinton fell at home and suffered a concussion earlier this month. She has not been seen publicly in 3 weeks. Doctors discovered the blood clot when they ran follow-up tests this weekend.
Clinton was immediately hospitalized and administered blood thinners to dissolve the clot (thrombolytics) and/or to prevent other clots from forming (anticoagulants).
Mrs. Clinton may have had a blood clot in her lung that traveled up her leg after being bedridden for 3 weeks. But the clot could have formed in her brain after she fell.