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Photos: Hillary Clinton Has To Be Propped Up With Pillows...

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August 17, 2016
Hillary Clinton doesn’t like reporters, so she did an interview last week on a podcast hosted by her own presidential campaign.
Press play for a preview of the new campaign podcast With Her. Stream the full episode here: http://hillaryclinton.com/podcast 
Notice anything about the image?

According to the 
Washington Post, for one speech at UCLA, a public university that she graciously offered a discounted rate of $300,000, Hillary demanded that “chairs be outfitted with two long, rectangular pillows — and that two cushions be kept backstage in case the chair was too deep and she needed additional back support.”pillow10
Hillary is being propped up by a pillow, and it’s hardly the first time this has happened. In fact, the former secretary of state used to include propping cushions on her list of demands during her lucrative time on the paid celebrity speaking circuit.
Here are some photos of Hillary Clinton being propped up on pillows.
At the DreamForce conference in San Francisco.
Business Leaders And Politicians Speak At Dreamforce Conference
Here’s a closer look.
Business Leaders And Politicians Speak At Dreamforce Conference
In Berlin, Germany.
At the National Clean Energy Summit in Las Vegas.
National Clean Energy Summit 7.0 In Las Vegas
At the Massachusetts Conference for Women.
2014 Massachusetts Conference For Women
Here’s Hillary in a fancy chair, with a pillow that probably cost more than your first car.
Public Counsel's William O. Douglas Dinner With Former Secretary Of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
More like “Soft Choices.” She had propping pillows on her book tour, too.
Hillary Rodham Clinton Signs Copies Of Her Book "Hard Choices"
When Hillary went on the Lifetime network to be interviewed by YouTube celebs, multiple pillows were deployed, including this one sold by her campaign for $55.
That’s some elaborate propping with pillows.

The pillows provide much needed support.

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