Feed Frenzy: Hillary, Bush, Who Dodged the Shoe Better?

When someone threw a shoe at Mrs. Clinton, it harkened back to Bush's infamous 2008 shoe-dodging.
1:06 | 04/11/14

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From health care to benghazi, Hillary Clinton tackled her fair share of controversial issues. So who knew discussing recycling would get her pelted. It is already recycling. Speaking at a conference yesterday, the former secretary of state had to duck for cover when a sneaker came flying at her from the audience. Clinton was caught off-guard initially thought it was a bat. Was that a bat? The protester who threw the shoe was taken into custody and arrested. Clinton laughed it off saying. Thank goodness she didn't play softball like I did. Not the first figure to face off with flying footwear, in fact a popular protest weapon. Remember what happened to former president George W. Bush on his last visit to Iraq in 2008. He had to dodge two shoes. Former prime minister Tony Blair got pelted with shoes and eggs by protesters in 2010. And the most colorful political weapon glitter. Campaigning for president in 2012, republican Mitt Romney got covered in the stuff.

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