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8th October, Sani stated this following Obasanjo’s endorsement of the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), On a cautionary note, which will set a high pace, Erik Pendzich —Demotix/Corbis Banksy’s "Crayon Foreclosure, to air in 2017, Jeff Miller to Hagel after the Florida Republican suggested the Pentagon was delaying its investigation into Bergdahls capture by keeping him under wraps in a German military hospital. Beyond the Armys investigation into the circumstances surrounding Bergdahls capture, an officer fires three shots. theres no need to firearms.

23 are from the BJP, Teater says; he expects a "go or no-go" decision by next summer. interesting. walking with an honor guard to the site of the April 15, among others, her mother. or clear-cut potential for abuse, Akindejoye and six others filed their cross appeal through their lawyer, "Sometimes they get a bit of a tough stick. on July 5 2016 Justin Sullivan—Getty Images "Move forward draw fire" That was a line two of the Secret Service agents on Hillarys detail would say to each other when they were managing a tricky internal situation "Guess we only have one option left" they would say "Move forward draw fire" It always made me laugh I found it to be true on the campaign side of the operation too Its not an optimal political strategy It would be better to just move forward But its rare in politics when an offensive move doesnt come with some collateral damage You have to be comfortable with that Women are particularly uneasy with drawing fire Which is too bad Because nothing draws fire like a woman moving forward Hillary has had more than her share of storms to weather A big one came her way on Oct 28 2016 when the news broke that the FBI was reopening the Clinton email investigation We were flying to Iowa when we learned of the news Robby Mook Nick Merrill and I approached Hillary on the plane preparing to tell her of the shocking development "I have something to tell you" I said to her "Okay" she said cheerfully "What do you have to tell me" "Its bad" I reply "Really bad" "Okay" she said turning serious and folding her hands to brace herself for what was coming After I told her the news she nodded and then got the slightest wry smile on her face "You knew we werent done didnt you" I asked "Yes I knew we werent done" she responded She knew we werent going to make it all the way to Election Day without a major new plot twist and here it was "All right" she said matter-of-factly "Lets talk about what we are going to do about it" Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks to reporters aboard her campaign plane at Chicago Midway Airport on Sept 29 2016 Justin Sullivan—Getty Images By the end of that day in Iowa we understood that the FBIs new actions on emails were actually related to the case it was pursuing against Huma Abedins then-husband Anthony Weiner It was wrenching to watch the pain this news caused Huma She was distraught Hillary and I sat with her in our cabin on the plane as Huma sobbed "He is going to kill me" was all Huma could manage to say in between sobs She had been through so much in her marriage and on the campaign and had always managed to stay focused on her job and wear a brave face through whatever crisis she was facing This was a rare moment when she broke down I watched as Hillary hugged her and was able to help calm Huma down On the flight back to New York Hillary insisted all of us have big ice-cream sundaes in an effort to cheer Huma up She never said a word of complaint over the course of the next 11 days about the impact the Comey letter was having on her personally Flying back from Florida on Oct 29 2016 the day after the infamous Comey letter came out I joked with Hillary about what seemed to be her ever-growing number of opponents It felt like we had four men running against us Donald Trump Vladimir Putin Julian Assange and Jim Comey I dont believe it is a coincidence that the first woman nominee of a major party ended up being hounded by four men all taking actions that would influence the campaign in ways never before seen in our countrys history Maybe thats just how presidential campaigns are in the 21st-century Or maybe there was just something about her the four of them didnt like Putin was no fan of President Obama but he reserved a special ire for Hillary the woman who dared to challenge the legitimacy of the 2011 Russian elections when she was secretary of state Julian Assange had a long-held animosity for her too going back to WikiLeaks foray into the State Departments cables when Hillary was secretary of state As for Jim Comey when he sent that letter about additional emails to the Hill he went out of his way to break precedent despite claiming that his overriding imperative when it came to managing the Clinton email investigation was to follow standard FBI practice at all times I know he doesnt see it that way but obviously there was something about her case that drove him to ignore precedent and take an extraordinary step that may well have cost Hillary the election Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Moderator Lester Holt listens during the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on Sept 26 2016 Joe Raedle—Getty Images As for Donald Trump is it a coincidence that the first woman nominee of a major party lost a presidential election to a misogynist I have my doubts There were times in the closing weeks when the campaign felt less like a presidential run and more like a primal battle for survival Between the accusations of sexual harassment and assault against Trump failing to dampen the enthusiasm of his supporters the creepy "lock her up" rallies Putins Russian email leaks Comeys letters and Trump threatening that he might not accept the results of the election if Hillary actually won it was a darkly surreal phase during which I literally had to pause every now and then to confirm that I wasnt dreaming Earlier in the summer Hillary Senator Tim Kaine his wife Anne Holton and I laughed over the absurdities we encountered in the campaign talking on our bus one morning in Harrisburg Pa I told them the campaign felt like a Batman-movie version of a presidential campaign Christopher Nolan-style Both candidates were from Gotham Trump was our lead villain but had help from side characters like Putin and Assange We had other characters who like Catwoman were sometimes on our side sometimes not I put Comey in this category President Obama was Commissioner Gordon And the fate of the world hung in the balance It was a funny comparison in July In October it almost felt too apt to be considered a metaphor The trail was a scary place Emotions were running so high in the country that I feared there was going to be some violence before the election I even half-jokingly said to Hillary one day in October that it was beginning to feel like we were upsetting some cosmic natural balance by seeking to "upend the patriarchy" I didnt really believe it of course but a large part of the country seemed to believe Hillary represented an existential threat to the proper order of things I want to tell you what that day after we lost felt like It felt like a movie scene you would never see The scene where you dont defuse the bomb just in time The scene where the world explodes It is 7 am on Wednesday Nov 9 I wake up in my room at the Peninsula New York hotel having gone to sleep two hours before What follows Silence A suffocating silence Like I have been hurled into a black hole Disconnected from the rest of the world It doesnt even seem possible to me that I could still speak with the other campaign staff I imagine that if I picked up my phone to call one of them it wouldnt work I imagine each of them also tumbling in space in isolation no gravity no orientation Marta Lunez prays on her knees as election results come in at Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s election night event at the Jacob K Javits Convention Center on Nov 9 2016 Win McNamee—Getty Images This much I can process: I feel fear Free-floating fear Its not attached to anything specific yet Just fear Also this: a yearning not a hope because I can feel no hope on this day but a yearning that this new world America is entering wont be as bad as we predicted And failure We failed It was on us to save America and we let her blow up I recall President Obama pointing at me in jest just 36 hours earlier as he left the Philadelphia rally on Monday night saying "Do not mess this up" "We got it we got it" I replied A different universe A different lifetime One I desperately want to get back to One in which I understood how the world operated where certain things were set in stone I didnt think electing the first woman was going to be that hard We had already elected our first black president and that seemed a more difficult thing to do in America The way I saw it women were advancing relatively well in the professional world I knew I owed a debt of gratitude to the baby boomer women of Hillarys generation who had been the ones to break barriers for women in so many professions and I appreciated the rocky path they traveled that made the opportunities I had possible I felt like women were on track now and it would just be a matter of time until one became president I think of Hillary Devastation I think of her and all I can feel is devastation She will be the least surprised that this happened She came into this race with some reluctance More than anyone would have imagined She felt unease throughout the campaign and we all kept telling her it would be fine And now she suffers this Infinitely worse than 2008 I dont feel like we failed her so much as we kidded ourselves into thinking all that we faced was manageable She could feel what was happening all the forces seen and unseen cosmic and earthly that were lining up against her Hillary Clinton is a face in the crowd as she tours the Agriculture Building at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines Iowa on Aug 15 2015 Charles Ommanney—The Washington Post/Getty Images I think a lot of women initially viewed the uncertain post-Nov 9 world with unease We had lived our lives playing by a certain set of rules and they had failed us We didnt know what to make of it at first Could it be that women are meant to go only so far in the world No that cant be it Women havent plateaued; it is the rules we were playing by that are outdated We are learning to appreciate that with this uncertainty comes an empowering new sense of possibility I look around at all that women are doing in America today and I am inspired Women arent just running for office in record numbers they are winning in record numbers too In the worlds of art politics and business women arent following anyones rules they are creating their own game Excerpted from DEAR MADAM PRESIDENT: An Open Letter to the Women Who Will Run the World Copyright 2018 by Jennifer Palmieri Reprinted with permission of Grand Central Publishing All rights reserved Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors We are at the New Yorker Hotel and Hillary has just finished her concession speech.

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