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"For more than a decade she [Hillary Clinton] had been in the spotlight and under the microscope ceaselessly and often miserably, and in the process came to dwell on a rarefied plane in the national consciousness: beloved and detested, applauded and denounced, famous and infamous, but never ignored." (Chapter 1, page 14)

"[Mark Penn] contended that the biggest hurdle Hillary would have to surmount if she ran for president was the doubt that a woman was capable of being commander in chief. At all times she had to project strength, resolution, rough-and-readiness—and do absolutely nothing that signaled squishiness." (Chapter 2, page 40)

"Hillary had no intention of saying she was sorry. 'I don't have anything to apologize for, she thought. You want me to apologize for the fact that the president is an idiot?'" (Chapter 3, page 45)

"Now, spontaneously and quite unexpectedly, he found himself speaking passionately about what it would...

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