Chelsea Clinton is in no hurry to get into politics
- Author: Megan Austin Apr 05, 2017,
Apr 05, 2017, 1:48
But she still qualified that answer, saying any engaged citizen with a clear vision and a clear sense that he or she is the best person for the job should consider it.
In an interview with CBS This Morning on Tuesday, Chelsea Clinton said she was not planning on following in her parents' footsteps by running for office. She said her mom is looking for ways to get involved outside public office, including what she can do to help support organizations like Planned Parenthood. No, Chelsea, we don't all need to ask ourselves that question - particularly you.
"Hi, I'm Chelsea Clinton, and one thing you may not know about me is I am not running for public office". "And I am just really grateful that she's out there doing that work because I believe as strongly today as I did last year and the year before about what we need to protect and advance progress".
Ms Clinton, 37, went on the campaign trail hundreds of times while her mother ran for president in 2016. She said she has learned about the developments through the media.
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"No, no, no", when asked of her political ambitions. "Right now" leaves room for speculation about a possible run in the future, a bit of a departure from her prior staunch denials that she would seek a position in public office.
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"I really find this all rather hysterical, because I've been asked this question a lot throughout my life, and the answer has never changed", she said. She is also preparing to release an illustrated children's book in May that celebrates female leaders.
Clinton was also asked if Russian Federation should be blamed for her mother's loss to in a race she was projected to win by the majority of mainstream media outlets but ended up losing the electoral college to now-President Donald Trump. "I hope they're enjoying their new home in Washington", Clinton said.