Hillary Clinton voices her support for Women’s March on Washington

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The Women’s March on Washington is intended as a rebuke of Donald Trump, everything he stands for, his overt sexism and status as a sexual predator, and his illegitimate occupancy of the White House, among other issues. The march is not specifically about Hillary Clinton, even though she won the popular vote by three million votes — but many of the marchers have made clear that they’re marching in support of Hillary. And today, she chimed in to offer her support for them.

On Saturday morning, before the marches got underway across the nation and the world, Hillary Clinton tweeted the following: “Thanks for standing, speaking & marching for our values @womensmarch. Important as ever. I truly believe we’re always Stronger Together.” The Women’s March then reciprocated by posting Hillary’s tweet on its Instagram page.

   

And then the height of the Women’s March on Saturday, Hillary tweeted the following: “I stand w/ Nora Harren, a 17-year from Boise, ID, & every person marching for our values today. Onward!” She included the hashtag #WomensMarch along with a photo of Nora and an explanation of her story.

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