What if Hillary Clinton was chosen to serve as the UN ambassador? Representative Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat, thinks that President-elect Donald Trump should consider her, The Hill reports.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney is a Democratic lawmaker in the 12th congressional district of New York, which includes Trump Tower in Manhattan. Maloney stated that Hillary Clinton should be considered, as she will never stop working to make a difference in America.
“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.”
According to her official Congress webpage, Carolyn Maloney was elected to Congress in 1992. She is a senior member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, the House Financial Services Committee, and the Ranking House member of the Joint Economic Committee.
Maloney was recognized for accomplishments with national security, financial services, women’s issues, and the economy. The woman certainly has an outstanding record of accomplishments, but will President-elect Trump fall for her suggestion to make the losing presidential candidate the United Nations ambassador?
Following a second investigation by the FBI in regard to Secretary Clinton’s alleged mishandling of classified information, many activists believe that she should be in jail; however, FBI Director James Comey did clear her from being charged.
“Based on our review, we have not changed our conclusions that we expressed in July with respect to Secretary Clinton. I am very grateful to the professionals at the FBI for doing an extraordinary amount of high-quality work in a short period of time.”
During the initial investigation, it was revealed by Comey that 110 of the 30,000 emails did, in fact, contain classified information. According to Hillary Clinton, she was unaware that the information was classified. Eight of those emails contained “Top Secret” information, FBI reveals.
Several thousand emails were found that were deleted over time that contained work-related emails, Comey mentioned during the press release in July.
Comey did admit that she and her team were “extremely careless” with their use of a private server, Inquisitr revealed.
“Although we did not find clear evidence that Secretary Clinton or her colleagues intended to violate laws governing the handling of classified information, there is evidence that they were extremely careless in their handling of very sensitive, highly classified information.”
Unfortunately, following Hillary Clinton’s loss at the presidency, a large number of activists are protesting against President-elect Trump. While many are said to be “peaceful protests,” some are getting out of hand with violence and destruction of property being reported.
Metro revealed a video of a man being attacked as those who assaulted him shouted, “You Voted Trump.” Another media site, Twitchy, revealed that a dog was brutally beaten during an anti-Trump riot. The Gateway Pundit disclosed that reporters were attacked for allegedly recording an anti-Trump protest.
On a side note, President Obama urged anti-Trump protesters to “march on.” Regardless of the violence that many of these protests are causing, as well as the alleged crimes that are occurring at many anti-Trump protests, President Obama urges them to let their voices be heard.
“I suspect that there’s not a president in our history that hasn’t been subject to these protests. So, I would not advise people who feel strongly or who are concerned about some of the issues that have been raised during the course of the campaign, I wouldn’t advise them to be silent.”
Regardless of Secretary Clinton’s misuse of classified information and the violence caused by her supporters, perhaps Rep. Carolyn Maloney thinks that Hillary Clinton could serve her purpose in the position of UN ambassador.
“I think it’d be a wonderful appointment to be our ambassador to the United Nations.”
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