Only Donald Trump stands in her way to make history as first woman to become US president
Clinton Clinches Historic Nomination
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton made history June 07 and became the first woman to ever win nomination for a major U.S. political party. In her speech, Clinton, the Democratic Party presumptive nominee, tore into Republican nominee Donald Trump saying “when he says Make America Great Again, that is the code word for let’s take America backwards.” Clinton criticized Trump for his divisive and racially-tinged campaign saying he is dividing Americans. Clinton appeared in front of an adoring crown in New York and she appeared relaxed and sure-footed throughout her speech.