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[R.I.P.] [W:18]Madeleine Albright, first female secretary of state, dies at 84


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Albright died of cancer, her family said, adding that she was "surrounded by family and friends" at the time.

Then-President Bill Clinton named Albright the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations shortly after he was inaugurated in 1993, and nominated her as the secretary of state three years later. She was confirmed in 1997 by a vote of 99-0. At the time, she was the highest-ranking woman in the history of the U.S. government.

RIP, Madame Secretary.
I support her handling of the Elian situation.
She was a brilliant and classy lady. I’m glad she immigrated to the United States and that we got to keep her for as long as we did. Rest In Peace.
a guy I grew up with married into her family. Though it's been years since I last saw him, he had nothing but good things to say about her. That'g good enough for me. RIP
Good riddance to bad rubbish
Double down why don't you?

The woman was scum. Hate speeching scum and a war criminal who profited from the wars she jingoed for. Just because you die that shouldn't be air brushed out of the history.

That " liberals" like yourself are falling over yourselves to bestow flowers on her is embarrassing for you, or should be.
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