Former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright on Thursday evening endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton for president and said that whoever wins the presidency in 2008 must focus on diplomacy to present a "new face of America."
Albright said the next president must condemn the Bush administration's infringements on civil liberties through practices like torture and imprisonment without trial in order to "restore our credibility." It will be no easy task, she said.
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