Who Was Bill Clinton's Secretary Of State During His Second Term As President?


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The Secretary of State of the Clinton administration during the President's second term was Madeline Korbel Albright; the first ever woman to have occupied that office. She was nominated by the President and received the Senate's unanimous approval. She had also been the ambassador of the United States to the United Nations before becoming the Secretary of State.

Madeline Albright was born on the 15th of May 1937 to Czechoslovakian parents who had recently converted to Christianity from Judaism. Initially her parents moved to London and from there to the United States in 1948. Madeline Albright studied in Switzerland and Denver and became an American citizen in the year 1957. Currently Madeline Albright is a Professor of Georgetown University where she teaches Diplomacy at the Walsh School of Foreign Service. She has also appeared on the show Gilmore Girls.

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