Hillary Still Spitting Feathers Over Who Is Secretary of State


US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in Nigeria on the fifth leg of her seven-nation tour of Africa still spitting feathers over being asked about her husband.
During her 36-hour visit, Mrs Clinton will meet her Nigerian counterpart, Ojo Maduekwe, and later hold talks with President Umaru Yar’Adua.
Analysts say she will take a tough line on anyone asking what her husband Bill thinks on corruption and electoral reform.

The Secretary of State has confirmed that anyone who even thinks about asking about her husband Bill, former American President will be dealt with accordingly. Sources within the White House confirmed that this implies that she will call upon the full resources of the NSA, FBI and CIA to tactically deal with any unwanted questions

Many on Capitol Hill have talked for days of a rift between the Clinton’s ever since Mr Clinton was asked to escort two female journalists from North Korea back to America on a government aircraft. We have been reliably informed that the Secretary of State had agents discreetly search the aircraft for signs of discarded used Cigars. This was obviously due to the Monica Lewinsky incident that ended Bill Clinton’s presidency.

Mr Clinton’s standing in the international community has escalated ten fold since the North Korean meeting. This has gotten to Hillary Clinton so much she is now showing signs of paranoia and refuses to be questioned on anything her husband does unless agents have briefed her first.

Last month, US President Barack Obama skipped Nigeria on his first official Africa trip, in what was seen as a snub for its record on governance.
“Nigeria is undoubtedly the most important country in sub-Saharan Africa,” Assistant US Secretary of State for African Affairs, Johnnie Carson, was quoted as saying by Reuters news agency, en route to the Nigerian capital Abuja.

But Mr Carson said it had also been described as “the most corrupt state in Africa but whatever you do don’t ask the Secretary of State what Bill Clinton thinks on the matter.”
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