Learn how the Washington, D.C. establishment’s response to the political role that Hillary Clinton had adopted as First Lady shaped her public image in this digital short from FRONTLINE’s “Choice” Moments. Although Bill Clinton had won the 1992 presidential election, Hillary Clinton would also play a powerful role in her husband’s administration. In leading the president’s healthcare task force, Mrs. Clinton appeared to refuse the advice given from some prominent members of society. Her critics attacked her, openly questioning Mrs. Clinton’s secretive policy efforts and making highly personal allegations against her and the president. This resource is part of the FRONTLINE Election Resources Collection.
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