Chelsea Clinton is in no hurry to get into politics
- Author: Sonia Alvarado Apr 05, 2017,
Apr 05, 2017, 1:48
"But right now she's very clear: One of those TBDs is not running for office".
During an interview with CBS on Tuesday morning, the "She Persisted" author was asked to relay a message to Trump, who will be appearing on the network tomorrow.
"I clearly don't agree with our president, but I'm definitely not the right person to run to defeat him in 2020", Clinton said.
"Right now, the answer is no", she continued. No, Chelsea, we don't all need to ask ourselves that question - particularly you. Her daughter, Chelsea, doesn't think so.
Candice E. Jackson, who aided Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign by highlighting Hillary Clinton's role in defending a man accused of raping a 12-year-old girl, has been tapped for a key civil rights position at the Education Department, according to her alma mater.
"I'm focused on the future", she said. She pivoted when asked whether she thought the alleged interference cost her mother a win.
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Ross, a billionaire, tried and failed to secure public money for a $500 million renovation and expansion of his Hark Rock Stadium. Another $200 million emerged in the final proposal for infrastructure improvements aimed at accommodating the new venue.
The former first daughter has answered the question many times in many ways - last week in a video interview with Variety, she also sought to end the public speculation. Instead, she said, Hillary Clinton is writing a book and spending time with Chelsea's two young children.
The former first daughter was also asked what she thinks about the investigation into Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 US election.
"My mom talked to Charlotte a lot about what it would mean to be a mermaid or a zookeeper", she said.
Clinton's bestselling book, "It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!" is now available in paperback.
When asked whether she thought Russian Federation interfered with the election and prevented her mother from winning, Clinton replied that she believed there were still many questions surrounding the situation. "I hope they're enjoying their new home in Washington", she said.