Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gives two thumbs up as she takes the stage to speak at a rally at C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines, Fla., Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
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Hillary Clinton has one of the strongest resumes of anyone ever to run for U.S. president, with stints as first lady, senator and secretary of state, but she is also a polarizing figure and a Washington insider with decades of political baggage.Clinton fell short in her first presidential bid in 2008, losing her party's nomination to Barack Obama.Americans hold dramatically differing views of Clinton.Clinton's admirers consider her a tough, capable and sometimes inspirational leader who has endured unrelenting efforts by political enemies to chop her down. Clinton entered the 2016 race as her party's odds-on favorite, but was perceived as an establishment figure and the ultimate insider at a time when voters seemed enamored with outsiders. The Republican-led Senate acquitted Clinton in February 1999 .Hillary Clinton soon launched her own bid for elected office.
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