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Hillary Clinton's World Affairs

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Hillary Clinton must be exhausted.


Aside from knowing the inside scoops and hate-filled truths of the world's biggest trouble spots, she is constantly flying to the rescue to cool down dangerous political bonfires, and now this.


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Just what she needs: a bee problem.


Yes, it seems Hillary and her travelling escorts were greeted by a swarm of bees as they were exiting Malawi.

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By the way, does anyone follow Malawi, or even understand Malawi?


I have a theory that Americans, for the most part, have rarely been exposed to the knowledge and understanding of world affairs.


Therefore, it must be especially ADD-producing to view television news clips of war, people screaming their lungs out in other languages, and violent disasters happening in places we don't know about.

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I am not saying it is unimportant to know about the world.


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