From the early 9th century, the territory of the country which is today known as The Netherlands was part of Frisia, which covered the whole coastal area from southern Denmark in the east to Flanders in the west.
"Frisia" should be distinguished from "Friesland", which is the current name of the northern province of The Netherlands.
This French Huguenot's son married the granddaughter of a Richard Cheney, who arrived in Maryland in the late 1650's from England, said Ginny Justice, a spokeswoman for Lynne Cheney.
Mrs Cheney said she discovered the link through family research for her new book, "Blue Skies, No Fences," about growing up in Wyoming.
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday issued a pointed response to the resignation of Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's national security adviser.
She shared a tweet by Philippe Reines, a former Clinton aide who played Trump during debate prep.
S President Obama has already learnt that he is distantly related to U. Vice President Dick Cheney, according to Lynne Cheney, who said she discovered that her husband of 43 years is eighth cousins with the senator from Illinois.
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The video shows Clinton and Reines — as Trump — walking on stage, waving to the audience and moving in for a handshake.
But as Clinton approaches Reines, he attempts to hug his Democratic challenger.
"What goes around COMETS around," Reines said, referencing a false conspiracy theory that Comet Ping Pong, a Washington D. pizzeria, was harboring a child sex abuse ring run by Clinton.
Flynn's son, Michael Flynn Jr., spread the Comet Ping Pong conspiracy on social media and was fired from Trump's team. resigned on Monday, Reines suggested he look into a job at Domino's — "given your pizza obsession.""Philippe's got his own way of saying things, but he has a point about the real consequences of fake news..." Clinton said.