When Hillary Clinton speaks, the political world listens. Her latest appearance is sure to spark even more speculation. CNN’s Erin McPike has the details.
“Mrs. Clinton's debut speech for the Clinton Global Initiative in Chicago this morning showcased a whole new Hillary,” McPike reports.
The speculation is not surprising as Clinton herself said, “I'll have an exciting announcement tomorrow.”
FROM CNN SECURITY CLEARANCE BLOG:
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she can't be faulted for not solving some of the thorny diplomatic issues she faced her in term.
In her final week of Secretary of State, Clinton defended her legacy in an exit interview with CNN's Jill Dougherty and Elise Labott.
Clinton acknowledged that her legacy includes unsolved problems in some of the world's hot spots, but noted that she assumed the job four years ago at a time of great uncertainty.
This morning on "Early Start," CNN's Elise Labott shares a moment when she grilled the outgoing Sec. of State on her 2016 intentions.
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