Clinton Pays a Call on the State Department
By Glenn Kessler
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.), the nominee for secretary of state, today visited the department's headquarters at Foggy Bottom for meetings with the Obama administration transition team, a Clinton spokeswoman said.
And tonight, Clinton will get a first-hand account of her new job when she meets Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for a private dinner at Rice's residence. Rice has praised Clinton's selection and also promised that after she gives Clinton advice during the transition, she will return to California and offer no commentary on the administration's foreign policy performance.
Posted at 2:23 PM ET on Dec 8, 2008
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