Hillary Clinton confirmed Monday she will not be running for president in 2020 but will not stop speaking about politics.
Talking to News 12 Westchester she said, “I’m not running, but I’m going to keep on working and speaking about standing up for what I believe.”
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee added that she want to ensure people understand she is not going anywhere.
Earlier this year three people said Clinton has not dropped the idea of running for another presidential election.
However, on several occasions Clinton talked about not running for president this time. While talking to Recode’s Kara Swisher in late last year’s interview she said, “No. No.”
In September 2017 she said to CBS Sunday Morning, “I am done with being a candidate.” She was then promoting her latest memoir.
When asked in her latest interview whether she considers herself running for mayor, governor or any elected office again, the former secretary of state replied she loves living in New York and she is also grateful for time spent as senator of the New York.
Clinton added that a lot of progress has been done and more need to be achieved on issues like women’s rights, gay rights, ensuring people getting chance of having dignity and respected identity.
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