Hillary Clinton’s Fall From Power

In a rather shocking development, Hillary Clinton has taken a massive hit in fall from power. After her defeat at the hands of Donald Trump, you would expect her popularity with her devoted followers would not falter. That has not proven to be the case.

Going into the elections, Hillary Clinton was considered the second most powerful woman on the face of the planet. That is not the case, anymore. You could say that her rating fell off a cliff or maybe just went down in flames. But this? … …

As Written By Kelly McLaughlin for the Daily Mail:

Hillary Clinton falls from world’s second most powerful woman to 65th after defeat to Trump, with Theresa May taking her place and Angela Merkel still the No1

  • Hillary Clinton fell 63 spots to 65 on the Forbes list of world’s powerful women
  • Newcomer to the list UK Prime Minister Theresa May took Clinton’s spot at No 2
  • German Chancellor Angela Merkel remained at No 1 on the list for another year
  • Other political leaders on the list are Trump’s daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump, at No 19, and US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, at No 43

Hillary Clinton fell a shocking 63 spots to 65 on the Forbes list of the world’s most powerful women just a year after her US presidential election loss to Donald Trump.

Newcomer to the list UK Prime Minister Theresa May took Clinton’s spot at No 2 on the list, while German Chancellor Angela Merkel remained at No 1 on the Forbes list for another year.

Clinton’s election loss in 2016 left the United States one of the world’s few leading democracies to yet see a female leader.

The former First Lady and former Secretary of State may sit 65 on the world’s most powerful women list, but on a list of solely women……..

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Clinton falls from world’s second most powerful woman | Daily Mail Online

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