Hillary Clinton Says She Would “Agree” To Be Secretary Of State If Trump Apologizes


Washington, D.C. – Rival factions of Republicans are locked in an increasingly caustic and public battle to influence President-elect Donald J. Trump’s choice for secretary of state, leaving a prominent hole in an otherwise quickly formed national security team that is unlikely to be filled until next week at the earliest.

The debate inside Trump’s wide circle of formal and informal advisers – pitting supporters of one leading contender, Mitt Romney, against those of another, Rudolph W. Giuliani – has led to the kind of dramatic airing of differences that characterized Mr. Trump’s unconventional and often squabbling campaign team.

However, in an unexpected turn of events, the former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who lost the election to Donald Trump not two weeks ago, has reportedly said that she would agree to be secretary of state yet again, but only under the condition that Donald Trump apologizes to her personally for all the insults he has dished out during his turbulent, but nevertheless victorious campaign.

According to Internet portal KnowMyRepublican.com, a source close to Hillary Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin overheard a conversation between the two, during which Clinton reportedly said, “I can’t stand him, but I have to be practical, that’s the only way to walk away from this and not get shot…if he’d only apologize publically, that could get us a lot of points for playing nice.”


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