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Hillary Rodham Clinton was the first First Lady to have her own office in the West Wing of the White House and the only First Lady ever to be subpoenaed to testify before a grand jury. Upon leaving the White House, she was elected as the first female Senator for New York, then served as one of America's most popular Secretaries of State. Will she w become the first female President of the United States? Hillary is poised to decide whether she will launch a fresh attempt to take the highest office in the world and make history in doing so. But what is Hillary really like? Will she run? Can she win? What can the world expect from Hillary if she does get back to the White House? What sort of President would she be? Robin Renwick, who was the British ambassador in Washington when the Clintons arrived in the White House, seeks to answer these questions and more in this vivid portrait of one of the most polarising and central figures in recent US political history.
Robin Renwick, Lord Renwick of Clifton KCMG, is a crossbench peer in the House of Lords. He was ambassador to South Africa in the period leading to the release of Nelson Mandela, then British ambassador to the United States between 1991 and 1995. He is the author of Fighting with Allies, A Journey with Margaret Thatcher and Helen Suzman: Bright Star in a Dark Chamber. Lord Renwick has been described as a 'good friend and ally' by Bill Clinton, 'simply the best' by Richard Holbrooke, and 'ambassador extraordinaire' by The Guardian.