14 Hillary Clinton Quotes Explained With Emojis, Because Her Brilliance Translates To Even The Silliest Languages

When Hillary Clinton ran for president in 2008, and ultimately conceded her campaign seeking the Democratic nomination to Barack Obama, she said, “Although we were not able to shatter that highest and hardest glass ceiling this time, thanks to you, it has 18 million cracks in it, and the light is shining through like never before.” Now that we've answered the big question that's been looming ever since — Will Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016? — are we finally about to see the “highest and hardest” glass ceiling break? On Sunday, Hillary Clinton announced her intention to run for president, after years of public speculation about whether the former Secretary of State, US Senator, and First Lady would make another bid for the government’s highest office. Clinton has offered veiled hints for years that she might pursue the office of the president, but tonight marks the first official confirmation that she aims to be on the ballot in 2016.

Clinton is popular within her party, and for the moment, lacks serious rivals for the Democratic nomination; However, being the frontrunner is no easy thing, and there is a long road ahead. To get us revved up for what is bound to be an exciting, crazy, emotional journey in the twenty months we have leading to the next election, here are 14 of Clinton’s most inspirational, funny, and generally awesome quotations — illustrated in the language we can all understand, emoji:

Speech Conceding The 2008 Democratic Nomination, June 2008

Keynote Speech, International Crisis Group's Award Dinner, December 2011

Jefferson-Jackson-Bailey Dinner, April 2003

U.N. Fourth World Conference On Women, September 1995

Larry King Live , June 2003

U.N. Fourth World Conference On Women, September 1995

June 1995

Remarks In Recognition Of International Human RIghts Day, December 2011

Vital Voices Conference, Vienna, July 1997

Living History , pub. 2003

CFDA Fashion Awards, June 2013

Vogue , December 2009

People Magazine , December 1992

African-American Leadership Summit, June 2003

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