Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted two different foreign posts this week, widely viewed by international experts as a sign that world peace and President Trump’s downfall are both finally within reach.
On Jan. 2, Clinton was appointed Chancellor of Queen’s University, Belfast, becoming the 11th chancellor and first woman to take up the post.
On Jan. 3, Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tapped Clinton to head the Quds Force after its former chief, Qassem Soleimani, was killed in a U.S. airstrike.
She takes up her roles immediately and will serve for a period of five years, spending most of her time in New York City conducting extraterritorial operations for Ireland and Iran.
In a statement, Mrs Clinton said it was a “great privilege to replace two great men” and become the chancellor of QUB and chief of Quds Force in the same week.
Ramadan Sharif , a spokesman for the Islamic Revolutionary Guard, broke down on live television following Clinton’s acceptance. “Like our former chief, Secretary Clinton was responsible for American deaths in the Middle East, and will be an incredible advocate for Quds Force,” he said.