|Bill and Hillary Clinton at Donald and Melania Trump’s wedding|
By: Michelle Parker WorldWideWeirdNews.com
Hillary Clinton has dedicated her life to her country, the United States.
She has given many years of her life to make America a better place for all citizens.
She ran for president of the United States, so that she can further help the American public.
Hillary Clinton had many hopes and dreams of how she was going to make the world a better place for everyone.
The disappointment of the loss of her dreams to become the first female president of the United States, was shared by all of her supporters.
After the loss, everyone looked to Hillary Clinton to see how she will move forward.
When she attended the inauguration of her opponent, President Donald Trump, she taught us a powerful life lesson on how to accept disappointment and rejection.
Hillary Clinton showed humility and how to be a bigger person in order to get back to doing what she loves most, helping the people.
People go through rejection everyday. Whether it is not getting a promotion that you worked hard for and you believe that you deserve it or if it's a rejection and disappointment in your personal life.
Hillary Clinton thought us to fight for what we believe in without giving up.
She taught us that it is OK to grieve the loss by coming out after she lost the election and publicly talking about the pain of her loss.
By attending the inauguration, Hillary Clinton taught us to put our personal hurt to the side, so that we can move on and get closure.
By attending the inauguration, Hillary Clinton reached out the other side and she now has a much greater chance of furthering her agenda with the support of the new administration.
On Friday, Hillary Clinton wrote on Twitter: “I’m here today to honor our democracy and its enduring values. I will never stop believing in our country and its values.”
Her efforts were not lost to the new president. As Bill and Hillary Clinton attended a luncheon in the Capitol, President Trump publicly praised them for attending.
The president said he was “very, very honored” that the former first couple attended the luncheon. He asked them to stand up and the entire crowd erupted in applause. Hillary Clinton was very gracious, she smiled and waved to the new president as she received a standing ovation.