America's Grandmother-In-Chief

Hillary Rodham Clinton has always consciously chosen her identities. She’s been a good wife in pink, defending her First Family’s “zone of privacy.” She’s been a grudging bureaucrat in grey, holding off the press over her tech travails. She’s been a prolific public speaker, earning a pretty penny from Goldman Sachs to the National Association of Chain Drug Stores.
Clinton wrote in 1995, “I find that my life consists of different, sometimes paradoxical parts."
At her campaign kickoff on Roosevelt Island on Saturday, she turned the age issue on its head, quipping, “I may not be the youngest person running for president. But I will be the youngest woman president.”