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New York Times Says ‘Role Model’ Hillary Clinton Just Works Too Darn Hard

Monday, January 7, 2013

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New York Times reporter Mark Landler extolled Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, the “role model,” for her “indomitable stamina” and “herculean work habits,” but is concerned that the possible presidential candidate is just too darn committed to her job in Saturday’s “Scare Amplifies Fears That Clinton’s Work Has Taken Heavy Toll.” The Benghazi scandal, in which Clinton has yet to testify, is mentioned only in passing.

When Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton fractured her right elbow after slipping in a State Department garage in June 2009, she returned to work in just a few days. Her arm in a sling, she juggled speeches and a trip to India and Thailand with physical therapy, rebuilding a joint held together with wire and pins.

It was vivid evidence of Mrs. Clinton’s indomitable stamina and work ethic — as a first lady, senator, presidential candidate and, for the past four years, the most widely traveled secretary of state in American history.

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