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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - chelsea clinton
Chelsea Clinton may be a lot younger, inexperienced and less politically proven than former Vice President Dick Cheney — but when it comes to speaking fees, she commands the same $75,000 he does.
Chelsea Clinton doesn't really care for money, she told the Telegraph. Her comments come just after her famous mother, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, raised eyebrows by claiming the Clintons were "dead broke" when they left the White House.
NBC News special correspondent Chelsea Clinton, who joined the network in 2011 with no prior experience in journalism, was reportedly paid $600,000 a year until her contract was recently altered. The new deal offers her the flexibility to easily leave if her mother runs for president.
Former Rep. Marjorie Margolies' family ties to the Clintons didn't help her in the Democratic primary for Pennsylvania's 13th Congressional District, as she was crushed by state Rep. Brendan Boyle in the election Tuesday.
A young state representative from Philadelphia beat three rivals - including a former congresswoman who is now Chelsea Clinton's mother-in-law - to win the Democratic nomination Tuesday for an open seat in the U.S. House.
Pennsylvania's hottest congressional primary contest is generating millions of dollars in campaign spending and the personal involvement of Bill and Hillary Clinton.
It's America's version of the royal baby watch, but Chelsea Clinton's announcement last week that she's pregnant ended up taking a back seat to her mother's political ambitions. Within hours of the revelation, pundits, columnists and reporters pontificated on what being a grandmother will mean for Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign, should she decide to run for president in 2016.
It's America's version of the royal baby watch, but Chelsea Clinton's announcement last week that she's pregnant ended up taking a back seat to her mother's political ambitions.
First-time movie producer and mom-to-be Chelsea Clinton has premiered a short film at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Chelsea Clinton announces she's pregnant with first child.
Chelsea Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child later this year.
Chelsea Clinton says she's happy right now with her elected representatives - but might come for their jobs if that changes.
Chelsea Clinton has opened the doors to a career in political service, saying she's not able any longer to completely rule out a run for some sort of public office.
Bill Clinton is wading into a hotly contested U.S. House primary in Philadelphia and its suburbs to raise money for Marjorie Margolies, the mother-in-law of Chelsea Clinton who is running for a seat two decades after she lost it.
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton helped the University of Missouri-Kansas City launch a new women's hall of fame.
She said similarly during an event in Austin, Texas, a month ago.
Ms. Clinton, 34, said she'd consider anything from mayor to senator, The Daily Mail reported.