'Morning Edition' Returns: Cookiegate on Display During her husband's first run for the presidency, Hillary Clinton took heat when she said as first lady she wouldn't bake cookies and serve tea. To make amends to stay-at-home moms who felt insulted she gave out her recipe for chocolate chip cookies. Now her cookies are being served at the Clinton Presidential Library.
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'Morning Edition' Returns: Cookiegate on Display

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'Morning Edition' Returns: Cookiegate on Display

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During her husband's first run for the presidency, Hillary Clinton took heat when she said as first lady she wouldn't bake cookies and serve tea. To make amends to stay-at-home moms who felt insulted she gave out her recipe for chocolate chip cookies. Now her cookies are being served at the Clinton Presidential Library.