Two of the most influential women in the world discuss the global political and economic crises of our time at the fifth annual Women in the World summit in 2014. In this excerpt, moderator Thomas L. Friedman, Foreign Affairs Columnist, The New York Times, floats the idea of Lagarde as President of the European Commission and Clinton as President of the United States.
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