Donna Shalala

If anyone could be said to be overqualified for a gig in the House, it’s Donna Shalala. As Clinton’s HHS Secretary, she oversaw the creation and implementation of the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Yeah. CHIP. She went on to work for for W., who later awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She’s led the Clinton Foundation and the University of Miami, and…I literally don’t have space to cover her full resume. Yeah, I guess the whole “lifetime of leadership and success” thing is pretty convincing. If you like that sort of thing.

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