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Trump v. Hatshepsut

Much has been made of Hillary Clinton being the first American president, but lest we over value this achievement let's remember the famous Hatshepsut who was the second woman Pharaoh. You can view her in the Met's Egyptian wing and before her there was Sobekneferu. In modern times we have of course had Golda Meir, Israel's fifth prime minister, Margaret Thatcher, Angela Merkell, the chancellor of Germany and Britain's current prime minister, Theresa May.
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