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Elated, tearful girl scouts flood D.C. on eve of Clinton’s historic inauguration; will march in inaugural parade

Elated, tearful girl scouts flood D.C. on eve of Clinton’s historic inauguration; will march in inaugural parade

WASHINGTON D.C. - Today, as millions of elated American women set up camp on the National Mall ahead of Hillary Rodham Clinton's historic inauguration on Friday, thousands of girl scout troops told reporters they planned to toast marshmallows and burn training bras to celebrate Clinton's swearing in as the 45th President of the United States.

Janelle Mason, 7, said she was thrilled to see Clinton, "[her] feminist icon," ascend to the highest office in the land, especially since Clinton's own mother was born at a time when women did not have the right to vote.  "I know that Clinton can't single-handedly solve systemic rape in modern America, misogyny or inequality, but her election proves that with luck, impeccable honesty, courage, perseverance in the face of persecution, and unflagging hard work, a highly talented woman can achieve anything," Mason said. 

 

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