As Hillary Heals From Concussion – Bubba Flies Off to Awards Gala in Little Rock , Magic Show in NYC

On Saturday it was reported that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had suffered a concussion after she fainted. She was recovering at home.

But, the news didn’t stop devoted husband Bill Clinton from flying off to Arkansas for a gala dinner on Monday.
The Washington Post reported:

On Monday, Bill Clinton moderated a discussion about empowering the world’s women.

But the event was also clearly focused on the Clintons themselves. “Friend of Bill” Jerry Jones, senior vice president of Little Rock-based Acxiom, quoted Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the group, reminding them of her words in Beijing to the United Nations Fourth World Conference on Women in 1995. “Human rights are women’s rights and women’s rights are human rights.”

Jones also lamented to the group that the United States, unlike many nations in the world, still hasn’t had a female president. (A possible hint about 2016?)

Hillary Clinton, who is recovering from stomach flu and a fainting spell that gave her a concussion, addressed the group via video before her husband entered the room. In the message, taped prior to her illness, Hillary Clinton praised the city of Little Rock, which this year renamed an airport in her and her husband’s honor.

On Friday, the day before the news broke on Hillary’s concussion, Bill was hanging out in New York with David Blaine. The magician astounded Bill Clinton with card tricks at Sting and Trudie Styler’s Upper West Side penthouse at a fund-raiser for the Clinton Global Initiative.
obviously, Bubba is very upset about Hillary’s head injury.

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