Clinton celebrates first visibly pregnant CEO to be on business magazine cover
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Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonVideo of fake Trump shooting members of media shown at his Miami resort: report Ronan Farrow exposes how the media protect the powerful Kamala Harris to Trump Jr.: 'You wouldn't know a joke if one raised you' MORE on Wednesday offered praise for the chief executive of a women's community workspace company after she became the first visibly pregnant CEO to appear on the cover of Inc. magazine.

"We shouldn't have had to wait until 2019 for this first, but I'm glad we're here. Go, @AudreyGelman, go!" the former secretary of State tweeted.

Gelman is a former press aide for Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign.

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Her company The Wing made headlines last year when it opened up a location in San Francisco dedicated to Palo Alto University professor Christine Blasey Ford, who testified publicly about her accusation of sexual assault against now-Justice Brett KavanaughBrett Michael KavanaughSupreme Court can prove its independence — or its partisan capture Overnight Health Care — Presented by Coalition Against Surprise Medical Billing — Planned Parenthood plans M campaign for 2020 | Dem candidates embrace aggressive step on drug prices | Officials propose changes to encourage 'value-based' care Bans on public coverage for abortion are unjustified by science and outright harmful MORE during his Supreme Court confirmation hearings.

The company's D.C. location also has a phone booth dedicated to Anita HillAnita Faye HillSupreme Court session begins without ill Clarence Thomas Clinton celebrates first visibly pregnant CEO to be on business magazine cover Anita Hill: I could see myself voting for Biden over Trump MORE, who testified on her sexual misconduct claims against now-Supreme Court Justice Clarence ThomasClarence ThomasOvernight Health Care — Presented by Coalition Against Surprise Medical Billing — Judge blocks Trump 'public charge' rule | Appeals court skeptical of Trump arguments for Medicaid work requirements | CDC offers guidance for treating vaping-related cases Appeals court blocks Ohio Down syndrome abortion ban Supreme Court can prove its independence — or its partisan capture MORE.