Hillary’s Spanish-Language Website Filled With Mistakes

Patrick Howley Political Reporter
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The Spanish language version of Hillary Clinton’s campaign website is riddled with repeated paragraphs, awkward phrasing and omits a reference to her bipartisan record of working with Republicans.

A Spanish-speaking Daily Caller source walked us through the most glaring problems with the “En Espanol” version (accessible through a tab in the upper right-hand corner) of Hillaryclinton.com.

“In 2000, Hillary was elected to the U.S. Senate, becoming the first woman senator from New York…She repeatedly worked across the aisle to get things done, including working alongside Republicans to expand TRICARE so that members of the Reserves and National Guard and their families could get better access to health care,” Clinton’s English language biography reads.

In the Spanish language version, that paragraph is needlessly repeated at the end of the biography, but the reference to working with “Republicans” is deleted.

Two other paragraphs are erroneously repeated: a graf about how she chose not to go to a big New York or Washington law firm after law school, and a graf about her commitment to public service.

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