No, Wait. Pay No Attention to the Schedule. . .

Whoopsies. Here we’ve been hearing about the “Day One” readiness of Hillary Clinton, and her thirty years of serving the public. The National Archives and Clinton Library both release her schedules while still the First Lady. Looks like Hillary’s First Lady schedule is a trifle light, as resumes go:

Talking Points Memo | Papers show Clinton’s days as first lady

Clinton says her years as first lady would help equip her to handle foreign policy and national security as president.

But the schedules show trips packed with plainly traditional activities for a first lady as well as some substance.

For example, in her January 1994 visit to Russia with her husband, her schedule is focused on events with political wives. She sat in on a birthing class at a hospital, toured a cathedral and joined prominent women in a lunch of blinis with caviar and salmon.

The Clinton campaign said the schedules are merely a guide and don’t reflect all of her activities.

By Tommy Belknap

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