Name: Hillary Clinton
Birth name: Madame President
Height: 164 feet tall
Body temperature: 94 degrees (winter) / 94.5 degrees (summer)
Favorite subject in school: All
Greatest foreign policy asset: Can list in alphabetical order the names of the leaders of all 196 countries, and can also rank countries in order of population, size, strategic importance to the U.S. and quality of cell phone service
Greatest foreign policy weakness: Often can’t find her way out of a room
Strength as a candidate: Impresses voters with her encyclopedic knowledge of the issues
Weakness: Needs to be plugged in six hours every night or her battery dies and her operating system has to be reloaded
Role model: Eleanor Roosevelt
Beginning to look like: Teddy Roosevelt
Speaking fee for a one-hour speech: $200,000
Discount she’ll offer U.S. public for presidential addresses: 15 percent off
Experience: Served both as U.S. senator and secretary of state
Greatest regret: Can’t remember what she did in either job
Wants to be known as: one of the world’s greatest philanthropists
Is known as: wife of the world’s greatest philanderer
Number of items remaining on bucket list: 1
Did you know?
After leaving the White House in early 2001 and finding themselves dead broke, Hillary and husband Bill were forced to live on the streets of D.C., and it was then they discovered their talent for earning quarters from passersby with mere chatter.
The charitable Clinton Foundation is the largest Clinton foundation in the world, even bigger than the Clinton Initiative, the Clinton Prerogative, and the Clinton Interrogative.
In 2009, Hillary Clinton earned a place in the Guinness Book of World Records when she continuously belched for over 34 minutes. The reverberations were so powerful that the U.S. Geological Survey initially believed that Washington D.C. was experiencing a rare earthquake.