Y: We thought she’d be tired and exhausted, you know, a bit worn out. But when she came out to greet us, she was simply radiant and carried a powerful presence. I’ve never come across someone where I felt this instant, genuine connection. Even in her prison outfit, she still smiled warmly and projected a fighter persona. General Lee was a former kindergarten teacher, and it was really nice to tell her about the teacher strikes here in the US. She was eager to hear more about that.
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