Hillary Clinton is widely considered, should she enter the 2016 presidential race, the Democratic front runner. But the former secretary of state is shrinking rather than building an already limited website presence.
Sometime within the last two months, Hillaryclintonoffice.com quietly removed the only substantive content featured on her website, a set a remarks from three events from early 2013. The home page of the site that included a “remarks” button in addition to the “contact” button vanished sometime between July 23 and August 27….
Mrs. Clinton launched the website within a week of concluding her tenure as secretary of state in February 2013. By April, transcripts of remarks from three events in which Clinton took part were added: February 14, 2013, remarks at the Joint Civilian Service Award Presentation; April 2, 2013, remarks at Vital Voices (a non-governmental organization promoting women’s leadership); and April 5, 2013, remarks at Women in the World summit. The latter two events chiefly consisted of Clinton’s own remarks on a variety of issues related to women’s place in societies around the world and their struggles, and Clinton’s efforts and actions on those issues as secretary.