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Hillary Back In The White House

This is never good news.

Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, is poised to make a rare public appearance at the White House. She will be attending an upcoming arts event alongside the first lady, Jill Biden.

According to Newsmax, the White House has officially announced that Clinton’s appearance is scheduled for next Tuesday. She will be present to participate in the honoring of the 2023 recipients of the Praemium Imperiale, a prestigious global award bestowed annually by the Japan Art Association to individuals who have achieved a lifetime of excellence in the arts.

Notably, the tradition of celebrating Praemium Imperiale laureates at the White House dates back to 1994 when President Bill Clinton and the then-first lady were hosts for the event.

This gathering follows a lunch meeting between Bill Clinton and Jill Biden at the White House in May 2022. It’s worth mentioning that former President Barack Obama also returned to the White House earlier, marking his first visit since the conclusion of his presidency. This visit was to commemorate his significant healthcare legislation.

Hillary Clinton, who formerly represented New York in the Senate and served as Secretary of State under President Obama from 2009 to 2013, faced defeat in her 2016 presidential bid against Donald Trump.

Despite the recent news of the first lady testing positive for COVID on Monday and her recovery in Delaware, the White House has confirmed that the event scheduled for next Tuesday will proceed as planned. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre reported that “the first lady is doing well.”

Furthermore, President Biden, who has tested negative for COVID on Wednesday, will continue with his plans. He is set to depart on Thursday for India, where he will participate in the Group of 20 summit in New Delhi, followed by visits to Vietnam and Alaska.