Hillary Clinton has a new job — RT World News

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The former top US diplomat said he was “excited” to influence the “next generation of political leaders” at the prestigious university.

Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has been hired as a professor at Columbia University in New York, where she will teach students about public affairs and global politics after a long career in government.

University President Lee S. Bollinger announced the decision Thursday, saying the former politician’s name would be named “practical teacher” at Columbia’s School of International and Public Affairs since February.

His work is covered “Various major initiatives, particularly focused on global politics and policy and supporting women leaders,” Bollinger also noted that there will be a Presidential Scholar in World Projects at Columbia. “Promoting efforts to renew democracy and effectively engage women and youth.”

Clinton herself later commented on the nominations in a social media post and praised the university “helping solve the world’s most pressing problems” and for him “Commitment to educating the next generation of political leaders.

“Glad to join the community” he said.

Clinton, who served as Secretary of State under President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2013, previously represented New York as a U.S. senator and served as first lady to President Bill Clinton in the 1990s. A lifelong Democrat, he took some outrageous positions during his tenure, including in 2011 calling for the overthrow of Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi, whose assassination by US-backed rebels helped plunge the country into chaos and violence. continued to this day.

After losing the 2016 presidential race to Donald Trump, Clinton became one of the most vocal proponents of the discredited “Russiagate” conspiracy theory that Moscow conspired with Trump to use “fake news” and social media trolls to sway the election. He remains a fierce critic of the former president and continues to say the race was stolen from him.

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