Hilary Clinton Shows Solidarity With Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, Posts Dance Photo

“Keep dancing,” former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tweeted on Sunday, expressing solidarity with Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin, who was criticized for her recent party photos.

“As Ann Richards said, ‘Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did. She just did it upside down and in high heels. Here I am in Cartagena while I was there for a meeting as Secretary of State,” she said. Noted. Marin quickly responded to the tweet, “Thank you, @Hillary Clinton,” with a heart emoji.

Hilary Clinton Shows Solidarity With Finnish Prime Minister

A recently leaked video of Marin dancing and having fun at her home with a group of friends and celebrities put her in the middle of some controversy. Critics argued the video showed inappropriate behavior for a prime minister, but many people, including Clinton at this time, defended the leader’s right to have a private event with friends. The world’s youngest prime minister is a 36-year-old politician.

Marin let other members of her social democratic party know that it was important to get laid back at times. “I am human. And I too sometimes yearn for joy, light and fun amid these dark clouds,” said Marin, the world’s youngest prime minister. She added that she hadn’t missed “a single day of work”.

However, she faced further backlash after a photo surfaced of two ladies lifting their shirts at a rally at the Prime Minister’s home in July. Marin apologized again.

President Barack Obama appointed Clinton, who is now 74, to lead the State Department from 2009 to 2013. She ran as the Democratic candidate in the 2016 U.S. election. Although heavily favored, Hillary suffered an upset loss to real estate mogul Donald Trump.

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Besides Clinton, prominent female politicians who used the #SolidarityWithSanna hashtag on Twitter to defend Marin included Fiona Patten from Australia, Tilly Metz from the European Parliament and Carla Denyer from the UK.

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