"I thought the cards were going to fall in a different way." "And I could not be more happy that I said yes [to speaking at the Fort Worth luncheon] now." Her appearance at the event was not without criticism.More than a dozen pro-life protestors gathered outside the luncheon.
As one of them put it: “I always thought that was such bullshit. I’m pretty naïve when it comes to drugs, but I never saw her doing them.
It also put back into the news a woman who, with the exception of an episode involving a fake ID and an attempt to buy alcohol as a teenager, has flown mostly under the radar in the last five years.“She has always been the type of progressive, free-minded thinker Yale is known for,” said C.