Hillary Clinton watches Bill Clinton’s speech

September 6, 2012

Traveling through Asia, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton found some time to watch the speech her husband delivered at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday night.

The State Department distributed a photograph of Secretary Clinton watching the address from East Timor. Former president Clinton's speech began when Secretary Clinton was taking part a press conference with the prime minister of East Timor. Afterward, she watched the speech on the U.S. ambassador to East Timor's home computer, according to an aide travelling with Secretary Clinton.

"It's safe to say that she loved every single minute of it," said the aide.

(Nick Merrill/Department Of State)

The graphics identifying the network that the secretary watched were removed from the photo by the State Department. The State Department said it did not want to endorse one network over another. 

Sean Sullivan has covered national politics for The Washington Post since 2012.
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