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I sought forgiveness from those I had wronged and asked Christ to forgive me and come into my life.'Josh has kept a very low profile since issuing that statement, although both his parents and two of the sisters he molested spoke to Fox News last week as the family attempts to put the scandal behind them.'It has a long, winding driveway and sits on almost two acres.
They had planned to have the house as a place to stay when they were in town visiting his folks, but it looks like now this will be a full time residence.''I'm sure Josh believed he was on the political fast track, and would have a career in politics,' says the family insider, 'now he's only 27-years old and disgraced.
Hillary served as US senator from New York from 2001 to 2009, but her accomplishments are thin. Her tenure came to be defined in the 2008 presidential primaries by her vote for the war in Iraq — which Barack Obama, who had opposed the war, used to chip away at her foreign policy bona fides.
He'll be back to working for his father Jim Bob in no time I'm sure.
Hillary’s State Department wound up publicly hailing Colombia’s commitment to human rights reform — and that statement allowed the United States to continue funding the Colombian military.
Today, the founder of Pacific Rubiales is a board member of the Clinton Foundation.
And as Politico reported last week, a major phosphate company owned by the Moroccan government has just pledged at least million to the foundation.
In 2011, Clinton’s State Department assailed Morocco as a corrupt state guilty of “arbitrary arrests and corruption in all branches of government.” Women in Morocco are still subjugated by Islamic rule, yet last September, Hillary Clinton’s public stance on the government had changed.
“A vital hub for economic and cultural exchange,” she called it, one that was “in the midst of dramatic changes.” The foundation had stopped accepting money from foreign governments in 2009, when Hillary became secretary of state.When she resigned in 2013, the foundation changed this policy, and it has since taken money from Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Oman.