Hillary Clinton has been hired as a professor at ivy league Columbia University.
As if American higher education wasn’t already completely far left.
Clinton is going to teach in their School of International and Public Affairs.
Hillary Clinton joins Columbia University as global affairs professor, presidential fellow
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is joining Columbia University as a professor at its School of International and Public Affairs and a presidential fellow at Columbia World Projects, the school announced Thursday.
“Columbia’s commitment to educating the next generation of policy leaders—and helping to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges—resonates personally with me,” Clinton said on Twitter, sharing the announcement from the university.
The former secretary of State, U.S. senator, first lady and first woman nominated by a major party for president added that she’s “thrilled” to take on the positions starting next month on Feb. 1.
She’s set to start engaging with students in the classroom in the 2023-24 school year.
“Given her extraordinary talents and capacities together with her singular life experiences, Hillary Clinton is unique, and, most importantly, exceptional in what she can bring to the University’s missions of research and teaching, along with public service and engagement for the public good,” said Columbia President Lee Bollinger in a message to the school community.
Columbia’s global affairs school dean, Keren Yarhi-Milo, said Clinton will help lead a “major” new effort “to convene the best policy minds from around the world for robust debate and collaboration aimed at developing innovative policy solutions.”
Tucker Carlson made some excellent points about this news.
Columbia University Has Now Made Hillary Clinton a Presidential Fellow
Tucker: “… unlike most professors at Columbia, she destroyed the entire country, a whole country; she wrecked the nation of Libya, which is a real country in North Africa.” pic.twitter.com/v59EmfR9hg
— Ethan Harsell (@ethan_harsell) January 6, 2023
Our system of higher education needs a serious overhaul.
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