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CSPAN
Sep 12, 2016 11:24pm EDT
, was when we were going to the beijing women's conference in china in 1995. this was a long time ago now as i think about it. and the press in their inimitable style was asking, what is she going to say, what is she going to say? and had asked the press office at the white house, the chief spokesperson, what is she going to say. and the word was, she's really not going to make waves. it's not going to be -- >> i remember that. >> -- in any way news worthy. just go and cover the trip. but i wouldn't expect anything out of the ordinary. and it had been very controversial going up to getting on the plane. because both the right-wing was out to make the conference something other than was intended, to destroy the family. and the other side, the human rights community was outraged it was taking place in china, a violation of human rights, yet it was an international conference that happened to be taking place in china. so we're sort of navigating these shoals and all eyes are on whether or not she's going to go. and it wasn't clear up until the last minute that she was going, because ther
CSPAN
Jul 4, 2016 10:50pm EDT
human right meeting was outraged that was taking place in china and china's violation of human rights and it was an international conference that happen to be taken place in china. you're navigating these shoals and all eyes are on whether or not she will go it was not clear until the last minute that she was going because there's incident with a human rights activist who got arrested in china and it was onto he was released that we were on the plane. long story short, the press got on the plane anticipating the fact that while the road to beijing was not without controversy, obviously this will be a speech that makes waves. i remember go to the back of the plane and being pummeled with what is she going to say? and at that point, had anyone had seen that speech. one of the most closely held operations in the secretary, she was the representative to the u.n. at the time and madeleine albright got on the plane and they went over the speech. it was extremely closely held. acknowledgingther what you have been told or saying it would be different. it was not until that speech was delivere
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