President Barack Obama addressed the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, but while most world leaders have been schmoozing in New York, Obama is back on the campaign trail already with one of his aides offering the lame excuse that he just doesn't have time to meet with foreign leaders right now. So who took the leading role as head of state in New York this week? That would be Hillary Clinton. The secretary of state has been omnipresent at U.N. events this week, meeting, greeting, and seemingly time travelling to be in so many places at once.
At the Security Council meeting on Wednesday, Clinton took a moment to speak with British Foreign Minister William Hague.