Will Hill ‘prof’ it?

New York Post - - NEWS - Marisa Schultz, Carl Cam­panile Ad­di­tional Moore re­port­ing by Tina

Hil­lary Clin­ton’s next stop could be Columbia Univer­sity, sources told The Post.

“She’s been in dis­cus­sions about a pro­fes­sor­ship, but noth­ing has been locked down,” a friend of the exsec­re­tary of state said Thurs­day.

She would likely lead sem­i­nars on is­sues im­por­tant to her.

The Ivy League univer­sity in up­per Man­hat­tan has been a friendly land­ing pad for other Democrats who have lost elec­tions. Al Gore be­came a pro­fes­sor at Columbia’s Grad­u­ate School of Jour­nal­ism a year af­ter los­ing the 2000 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion to Ge­orge W. Bush.

For­mer Mayor David Dink­ins, hired as a Columbia prof af­ter los­ing his re-elec­tion bid to Rudy Gi­u­liani in 1993, said he’d be happy to see Clin­ton in Morn­ing­side Heights.

A rep for Clin­ton did not re­turn mes­sages, and a Columbia spokesman de­clined to com­ment.


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