She just keeps popping up everywhere:
"Well, you know, what I did during those eight years-- in partnership with obviously my husband and people like Madeline Albright-- was to try to be the face of American policy in a lot of different places," she said.
She cited 82 countries she visited as First Lady. She quoted her line from a famous speech in China, in which Clinton equated women’s rights with human rights.
Then she added a new line-- that she had a role in the Irish peace process. "I was deeply involved in the Irish peace process," Clinton said. "And I know it’s frustrating. It took years before the Catholics and the Protestants before Sinn Fein and you know, the DUP would even talk to each other," she added referring to the once-warring parties.
"I mean George Mitchell sat at a table sometimes for hours and nobody would say a word or if they would they would say: 'would you tell him this?' Or 'here's what I think'. And that went on for years. But eventually there were breakthroughs. You could build enough trust and connection."
Deeply involved. Why haven't we heard about this before I wonder? Next thing you know she'll claim she received the Medal of Honor from President Johnson. But I don't care what she says, I know for a fact she never played football at the University of Alabama.
A commenter has helpfully noted that Hillary Clinton also helped Al Gore invent the Internet. She may be having second thoughts about that.