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Hillary Clinton surprised a 8-year-old girl with a letter at the beginning of this month, after the elementary school students lost an election for class President, a boy with a single voice.
Martha Kennedy Morales, a third-grader at a private Quaker school in College Park, Md., decided to run for the top office as part of a teaching unit, the government were kept in the elections for class President, and Congress, reported the Washington Post. Morales said the paper lost you for a “popular”, in the fourth class boy and was confirmed as Vice-President.
“I don’t know, only too well, it is simple, when you get up and in the fight for a role that only is wanted, by young,” Clinton wrote in a consolatory letter received from the Post office.
“I don’t know, only too well, it is simple, when you get up and in the fight for a role that only is sought by the young.”
— Hillary Clinton
Clinton went on to praise the students not to lose their own experiences, to now-President Donald Trump, the 2016 presidential elections. The democratic candidate, the people won the vote by a few million, but lost in the Electoral College.
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“The most important thing is that you fought for what you believed in, and this is wrote always worth it,” Clinton.
Morales is working now, write the letter of the former secretary of state, thanks to, according to the Post.