Is there room in Donald Trump’s administration for Hillary Clinton?
One New York Congresswoman thinks so.
U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney believes Clinton would be an asset to the President-elect as United Nations ambassador, and made the suggestion during a WPIX-TV interview.
“I think it’d be a wonderful appointment to be our ambassador to the United Nations,” the Manhattan Democrat, whose district includes Trump Tower, said.
“She will never stop working,” she said of the former Democratic presidential nominee “She will always make a difference and will always be a part of the dialogue in a positive way to advance the values of America — and advance the causes that she believes in.”
Maloney also felt Clinton would do well with a position with the United Nations Children’s Fund or even president of the U.N.
“She could be the first woman to run the United Nations. She will continue to work and she will continue to give selflessly as she has her entire life,” she said.
Seems Democrats are still trying to get Clinton to be president of something.
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