Hillary Clinton Ducks Question On Presidential Run (Doesn’t rule out bid)
A week after her husband’s awkward off-message praise of Mitt Romney’s “sterling” business record embarrassed the Obama campaign, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton shook her head but then shrugged and laughed when a questioner at Wellesley College yesterday suggested she’d be the next leader of the free world.
“If you get elected as the next president …” began a woman from Yemen, who was interrupted by nearly 25 seconds of applause from the friendly crowd at Clinton’s alma mater yesterday, where Clinton and former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright were inaugurating the Women in Public Service
Clinton shook her head multiple times, but as the cheers grew, she shrugged her shoulders in a “hey you never know” gesture of possibility, then began chuckling heartily.
She then launched into an explanation of the political turmoil in Yemen, ignoring the audience’s presidential urging.
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