Former President Bill and Democrat Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton marched at the annual Chappaqua Memorial Day parade on Monday. The parade began at 11 am and ended with the ceremony at Memorial Plaza, according to WABC.
People clapped as Hillary waved to the crowd and wore her trademark dark glasses. Joe Torres of ABC covered Bill and Hillary Clinton walking in the parade, and in his video, it doesn’t seem like many people noticed the former Secretary of State. See the video below.
Torres, who works for ABC 7, reported, “Chappaqua’s famous First Couple lead the march at the annual Memorial Day parade. President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton honor the many American heroes who sacrificed their lives on the altar of freedom.”
“Beautiful day here in Chappaqua for a Memorial Day parade. Thank you Supervisor Lisa Katz and Grand Marshall Captain Jim McCauly for hosting such a wonderful parade to honor our fallen heroes. Randy and I were thrilled to be a part of it!” said Sean Maloney, Congressman for New York district 18 wrote on twitter above pictures showing him marching beside Hillary Clinton.
The former Secretary of State was seen rocking a red blazer with black shirt that had red, white and blue belt buckles on it. In the same picture, she can be seen yelling back at someone in the crowd.
There was also the obligatory photo of Bill Clinton ogling something with his toothy grin. In the same photo, Hillary can be seen in the foreground in her red blazer, in a photo posted by Steven Goldenberg.
Goldenberg says in the caption above the photo, “Bill and Hillary at Chappaqua 2022 Memorial Day Parade. Proud to have worked for both of them.”
Goldenberg describes himself in his Twitter bio as “a Litigation attorney, retired POTUS Advance, recovering government employee, last of the Democratic party Neo-Cons and political junkie and policy wonk.”
Shortly after the Uvalde shooting, Hillary called for gun control legislation. She tweeted on May 24, “Thoughts and prayers are not enough. After years of nothing else, we are becoming a nation of anguished screams. We simply need legislators willing to stop the scourge of gun violence in America that is murdering our children.”
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