Some Buzz After Clinton Says 'Well, I'd Like to Be President'

Some Buzz After Clinton Says 'Well, I'd Like to Be President'

Some Buzz After Clinton Says 'Well, I'd Like to Be President'

"I don't want to paint with a broad brush every immigrant is this, every African-American is that, every, you know, other person with different religious beliefs or whatever". We have confused everybody in the world, including ourselves.

"The work would be work that I feel very well prepared for, having been in the Senate for eight years, having been a diplomat in the State Department", she continued.

Clinton went on to say that "there's going to be so much work to be done" after a Democrat "hopefully" wins the next presidential election.

"I'm not even going to think about it until we get through this November 6th election about what's going to happen after that", she added.

Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, announced this month that they will be embarking on a 13-city tour over the next year, hosting discussions about current events and politics across the country.

Ms Swisher apologised and corrected herself only to have Mrs Clinton respond with what appeared to be a racist comment.

For her part, Swisher was quick to squash any suggestion that the two-time Democratic presidential candidate was not ruling out a third run.

"Will you be doing any of that lifting?" Michael Avenatti, who became a prominent figure in the media as the lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels, has repeatedly said he is interested in running. Cory Booker (D., N.J.) and former Vice President Joe Biden. Kamala Harris (D., Calif), Sen.

"We are never going to be okay with all of this raciism, thinking people are saying something when they aren't and those who are saying something bad".

Swisher then asked if Clinton planned to do any of that lifting.

"She will always be a victor and I'll always be with her", said Shalala, introducing Clinton to a room full of 200 Democratic donors in Miami. And why not - the racially loaded quip was unscripted and seemed far more genuine than Clinton's previous attempts at humor, from reacting to the murder of Libya's ruler with "We came, we saw, he died!" in 2011 to the cringe-worthy "How about Pokemon Go-to-the-polls?" during the 2016 campaign. "That's a big group to try and sort itself out".

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