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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

The first female contender: Democrats chose Clinton as a candidate for U.S. President

Former U.S. Secretary of state Hillary Clinton became an official candidate in US presidents from Democratic party. The decision made by Democrats in the voting at the party Congress, which takes place in Philadelphia. Hillary Clinton walked his rival, fellow Senator Bernie Sanders became the first female candidate for the presidency.

Photo: Twitter @HillaryClinton

The results of the voting at the national Congress, Clinton received the required 2383 votes and now formally has to give its formal consent to represent Democratic party on presidential election which will be held in November 2016.

Rival, ex-Secretary of state Bernie Sanders was listed her opponent only formally. That Senator is unlikely to reach the required number of votes, it was clear long ago, according to the results of party primaries. Sanders previously said he supported the candidature of Hillary Clinton and urged all U.S. citizens who voted for him in the party elections, to vote for Clinton.

It is already known that if elected Hillary to the presidency, the office of the Vice-President is Tim Kane.

Clinton herself has placed in his microblog on Twitter the iconic photograph in which she is depicted on the Congress in the circle of his supporters, accompanying his post with the caption “History.”

History. pic.twitter.com/1ayWTx8SPH

Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) 26 Jul 2016.

From the camp of the Republicans to fight for the right to become the 45th head of the White house will be billionaire Donald trump.

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