Clinton’s article consisted of a photo of herself, dancing with a large smile on her face in a crowded club throughout a 2012 journey to Colombia while still secretary of state. It ended with the words “Keep dance, Sanna Marin.”

” Keep dance,” former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted Sunday, offering her individual support to Finnish Head of state Sanna Marin, whose preference for partying has attracted worldwide interest.

Clinton’s post included a photo of herself, dancing with a big smile on her face in a crowded club throughout a 2012 trip to Colombia while still assistant of state. It wrapped up with words “Keep dance, Sanna Marin.”

Marin promptly responded, tweeting back, “Thank you Hillary Clinton,” and also including a heart emoji.

A lately leaked video clip revealed Marin dancing and also partying with a team of pals and also celebs.

Critics stated it revealed inappropriate actions for a head of state, while others – currently consisting of Clinton – have actually protected the 36-year-old political leader’s right to delight in a private occasion with close friends.

Marin informed fellow members of her Social Democratic party that it was important to let go at times.

” I am human. As well as I also often wish for happiness, light and also fun amidst these dark clouds,” claimed Marin, the world’s youngest head of state. She added that she had not missed “a single day of work.”

However she came across additional blowback when a picture arised of two women raising their tops throughout an event at the head of state’s house in July.

Marin again said sorry.

Clinton, that is 74, headed the State Division from 2009 to 2013 under head of state Barack Obama.

In 2016, she was the Democratic prospect for United States president. Though greatly preferred, she lost to realty magnate Donald Trump in a sensational trouble.

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Last Updated: 29 August 2022