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And she received the Harmon Trophy, for outstanding female aviator, from first lady Eleanor Roosevelt.
GENERAL YEAGER: Basically, she was very aggressive. And she was a very clever gal and she's also an outstanding pilot.
Former Senator Selina Meyer has accepted the call to serve as Vice President of the United States.
The job is nothing like she imagined and everything she was warned about.
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Veep follows Meyer and her staff as they attempt to make their mark and leave a lasting legacy, without getting tripped up in the day-to-day political games that define Washington."Politics is about people," former Sen. Unfortunately, the people Meyer, a charismatic leader and rising star in her party, meets after becoming vice president are nothing like she expected, but everything she was warned about.
"Veep" follows the new VP as she puts out political fires, juggles her public schedule and private life, and does everything within her limited powers to improve her dysfunctional relationship with the chief executive.
As a teenager, she learned the beauty trade and headed north.
On her way to New York City, she picked a new name out of the phone book -- Jacqueline Cochran -- would make herself up as she went along.