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  • Chelsea Clinton's first solo trip to Haiti

    Chelsea Clinton, who serves as vice chair of her father’s philanthropic foundation, arrived in Port-Au-Prince Haiti on Tuesday for a two-day visit to promote women and girls. Clinton spent two days in Haiti visiting her family's charitable projects, and promoting economic empowerment. Video by Jacqueline Charles/Miami Herald Staff

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Chelsea Clinton, who serves as vice chair of her father’s philanthropic foundation, arrived in Port-Au-Prince Haiti on Tuesday for a two-day visit to promote women and girls. Clinton spent two days in Haiti visiting her family's charitable projects, and promoting economic empowerment. Video by Jacqueline Charles/Miami Herald Staff