America's first woman Secretary of the State Madeleine Albright passed away at the age of 84 on Wednesday.
Albright served as Bill Clinton's Secretary of State from 1997 to 2001, prior to that she served as United Stated United Stated Ambassador. Prior to working in the US cabinet she served under former President Jimmy Carter on the National Security Council.
Our pouring of support for the former Secretary of State came from all parties and those who worked with the former secretary.
Current President Joe Biden said that the former secretary will always be known for his view on the country, "When I think of Madeleine, I will always remember her fervent faith that “America is the indispensable nation.
"In the years after she left government, Secretary Albright never stepped away from that belief. As the Chairman of the National Democratic Institute for over two decades, and through other organizations she advised, she continued