Hillary Tells College Students: High School Dropouts Part of ‘Our Web of Responsibility’

‘We will do so much better if we remember that we should find a way to help everybody’

Hillary Tells College Students: High School Dropouts Part of ‘Our Web of Responsibility’ (CNS News)

Former First Lady and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told students at Georgetown University on Thursday that they should believe in not only their own potential but of those who may not have a high school diploma who are part of “our web of responsibility.”

Clinton told the students that she and former President Bill Clinton always believed in “an unlimited potential out there.”

“And that’s what I want you to believe,” Clinton said. “But not just you.

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