Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has announced her next 2020 move.
And it’s not a presidential run.
It’s not even a return to political office: The last time Hillary tried to get a job in the Oval Office, she failed, so she’s taken a job in another country.
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Meet Chancellor Hillary Clinton.
The former secretary of state has announced she will be the new chancellor at Queen’s University in Belfast, the capital of Northern Ireland.
“It is a great privilege to become the chancellor of Queen’s University, a place I have great fondness for and have grown a strong relationship with over the years,” Clinton said. “The university is making waves internationally for its research and impact, and I am proud to be an ambassador and help grow its reputation for excellence.”
The university said Thursday Hillary was appointed to a five-year term at the post.
Hillary and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, actively participated in the peace process that largely ended decades of violence in Northern Ireland. It culminated with the 1998 Good Friday accord.
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Stephen Prenter, chairman of the university’s governing Senate, said the Clintons “has made a considerable contribution to Northern Ireland” and “will be an incredible advocate for Queen’s and an inspirational role model for the Queen’s community.”
The university said its chancellor has three primary roles: presiding when degrees are handed out, advising senior management and serving as an ambassador to “open doors” for the institution.
The Associated Press contributed to this article