Former Secretary of State, and possible Presidential candidate, Hillary Clinton was in Arkansas Friday night, helping to open an exhibition of blown glass by artist Dale Chihuly at the Clinton Presidential Center. Chihuly is known for his use of shape and color and how he uses the medium of glass to produce unique forms. "Having enjoyed his work now for several decades I am thrilled that the Clinton Presidential Center is hosting this original exhibit," Clinton said. There was not much access granted to the media for the former First Lady, who experts believe will run for president in 2016, and who's been taking heat from Republicans lately over the Benghazi, Libya terror attacks, which happened on her watch in 2012. The exhibition will open to the public Saturday, and run through January 5th.
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