If Hillary Clinton were to become our 45th president, she would be the oldest female president in our country’s history. OK, she would also be the first female president in our country’s history!
Truth is, she would be the second oldest president on inauguration day, just eight months younger then Ronald Reagan (69 years, 11 months) at his swearing-in ceremony.
We, as a nation, would be witnessing the aging of Hillary Clinton for a period of four or eight years (of course, barring any impeachment efforts by Congressional Republicans) right before our eyes. And everyone knows how the presidency quickens the aging process of anyone occupying the Oval Office.
An artist projected what Hillary Clinton would look like at the end of an eight year term as president. Many observers have claimed she would have an uncanny resemblance to the first female prime minister of Israel… Golda Meir.
You be the judge.
This observation is not meant in any way to detract from the incredible qualifications Hillary possesses for becoming our next commander in chief. Nor is it meant as a slight to Golda Meir who was an able leader of the state of Israel, often referred to as the “first Iron Lady.”
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