Isn’t it time we remove Hillary Clinton’s name from the State Department pavilion that bears her name?
On January 10, 2017, just ten days before Donald Trump was sworn into office (instead of Clinton), the former Secretary of State returned to the State Department to help open the new pavilion that bore her name.
We are told that monuments, names and other vestiges of America’s past must be torn down because we can’t imagine the pain and turmoil that many Americans experience while passing a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee or Christopher Columbus or the anguish one endures when making a turn on to Grant Ave.
By that standard, can we please take a moment and imagine the pain and anguish a member of the military feels when they must arrive at work by passing through the Hillary Rodham Clinton Pavilion every day?
How humiliating for those young diplomats to have to face the defiant arrogance of the Hillary Rodham Clinton Pavilion every day?
The time is past due to remove Hillary Clinton’s name from the State Department and put it in a historical location where we can best study her legacy and learn from it.