Students protest Hillary Clinton at her alma mater appearance

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton faced student protests during a visit to her alma mater, Wellesley College, on Saturday.
Clinton had returned to campus in order to receive the honor of a college building being named after her.
Protesters were lined up to harass attendees of a women-led democracy summit on campus that also featured Clinton.
Local news outlets say angry students also circulated pamphlets around campus saying Clinton is Wellesley’s “most beloved war criminal,” and arguing that she has “blood on her hands.” School administrators acknowledged the protest but did not condemn it.
Clinton is no stranger to facing protests during her visits to American universities.
Protesters repeatedly interrupted her during an appearance at Columbia University in February, with students calling her a “war criminal.” Saturday’s protest comes just days after Clinton chided U.S. voters during an appearance on the “Tonight Show” with Jimmy Fallon.
Fallon asked Clinton what she’d say to voters who are “upset” that former President Trump and President Biden are the only two choices.
“But we have to go through the election and hopefully people will realize what’s at stake because it’s an existential question.

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While visiting her alma mater, Wellesley College, on Saturday, former secretary of state Hillary Clinton encountered demonstrations from students.

In order to receive the honor of having a college building named after her, Clinton had come back to campus.

At a campus conference on women-led democracy that featured Clinton, demonstrators had gathered to intimidate attendees.

Local media sources report that infuriated students also distributed flyers throughout the campus, accusing Clinton of being Wellesley’s “most beloved war criminal” and claiming that she has “blood on her hands.”. “.

While acknowledging the protest, school officials did not denounce it.

Vice president and dean of students Sheilah Shaw Horton issued a statement saying, “I encourage all who participate in activism to follow the demonstration policy and be mindful of our Code of Student Conduct so that you remain safe for yourself, and for our community.”.

When Clinton visits American universities, she frequently encounters protests.

During a February speech at Columbia University, demonstrators continuously interrupted her, calling her a “war criminal.”. “.

The demonstration on Saturday occurs only a few days after Clinton criticized U. s. voters during a Jimmy Fallon appearance on the “Tonight Show.”.

If voters are “upset” that they only have two options—former President Trump and President Biden—Fallon posed the question to Clinton.

“Leave yourself alone. Clinton answered, “Those are the two options.

Fallon answered, “Yes! I love that.”.

“There is an elderly person who is efficient, kind, and genuinely concerned about people. Clinton added, “And one is elderly and faces 91 felonies in charges.”.

“Honestly, I don’t know why this is even a difficult decision to make. Clinton went on, “I don’t get it. “But since this is an existential issue, we must go through the election process and hopefully people will understand what’s at stake. People who ignore this are not paying attention to what kind of a country and democracy we can have because it isn’t like Trump, his supporters, empowerrs, and enablers aren’t telling us what they want to see. They seem fairly certain about the type of nation they desire, really. “.

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