FILE: Arkansas' first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is seen in her inaugural ball gown, 1985. (AP Photo)
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FILE: First lady HIllary Rodham Clinton stands with President Clinton during a White House event on after-school child care Monday, Jan. 26, 1998, in Washington. President Clinton angrily denied any improper behavior with an intern during the event. 'I did not have sexual relations with that woman,' Clinton said. 'I never told anybody to lie.'
** FILE ** Former Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary celebrate his victory in the Democratic runoff in Little Rock, Ark. in this June 8, 1982 file photo. The Arkansas years, with Bill Clinton serving first as state attorney general, and later as governor, initiated Hillary education to life as a political spouse. She practiced law, became a mother, worked as an advocate for women and children.
FILE: Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton, second left, and his wife Hillary are seen talking with US Ambassador to Belgium Geoffrey Swaebe, left, and Governor of Illinois James R. Thompson, right, during a reception at the US Ambassadors residence in Brussels, Belgium, Sept. 30, 1987.
FILE: Bill and Hillary Clinton, undated photo.
FILE: Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary arrive for dinner at the White House Sunday evening, Feb. 23, 1986.
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FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton discusses the Clinton administration's health care reform while addressing the Service Employees Union in Washington, May 26, 1993. Mrs. Clinton predicted that health reform will force private insurance companies into a "Darwinian struggle" with only the fittest surviving.
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FILE: Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks on stage during the 2013 CFDA Fashion Awards at Alice Tully Hall on Monday, June 3, 2013 in New York.
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FILE--First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton meets with Mother Teresa at the opening of the Mother Teresa Home for Infant Children June 19, 1995, in Washington. Mrs. Clinton will lead the U.S. delegation to the state funeral of Mother Teresa, the White House announced Monday, Sept. 8, 1997.
FILE: Democratic Presidential hopefuls Senator Hillary Clinton enters the debate followed by Sen. Barack Obama prior to the Democratic primary debate hosted by Univision at the Bank Atlantic Center in Coral Gables, Fla. Sunday Sept. 9, 2007. The debate will focus on issues that are of interest to the Hispanic community.
FILE: Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton is pictured here with his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton and their daughter Chelsea Clinton in Little Rock on September 20, 1991 celebrating his inauguration as Governor.
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** FILE ** Then Democratic presidential hopeful Bill Clinton is joined by wife, Hillary, and daughter Chelsea, right, in Little Rock, Ark. on the day he announced his bid for the presidency in this Nov. 3, 1991 file photo.. The Arkansas years, with Bill Clinton serving first as state attorney general and later as governor, began Hillary's education on life as a political spouse.
FILE: U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., waits to begin a television interview at the media platform above the site of the World Trade Center, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2002, in New York City. Relatives, friends and co-workers of vicitms participated in a ceremony to honor lives lost in the terrorist attacks one year ago today.
FILE: Hillary Rodham Clinton, wife of Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton, the Governor of Arkansas, is surrounded by supporters of her husband at a Washington campaign rally on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 1992. The governor did not attend.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton appears for an interview with the Associated Press in the Diplomatic Room of the White House in Washington on Dec. 21, 1993. During the interview, Clinton reflected on her first year as first lady: Her hair, her power, her daughter and her husband, who she regrets is once again dogged by outrageous, terrible stories about his extramarital sex life.
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FILE: First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton address Monday July 14 1997, the international Salzburg Seminar, in Austria, one of the world's premier educational centers dedicated to the development of leaders with a global perspective.
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** FILE ** Former President Bill Clinton, left, and his wife, Sen. Hillary Clinton, greet supporters following Hillary's re-election to the U.S. Senate as they leave the stage at the Democratic party victory celebration in New York in this Nov. 7, 2006 file photo.
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FILE: President Clinton dances with his wife Hillary at the Veterans Ball Monday, Jan. 20, 1997, in Washington.
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** FILE ** Hillary Rodham Clinton, right, is applauded by Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields, after Clinton ended months of speculation, and announced her run for the Senate in this Nov. 23, 1999 file photo in New York. Clinton later said the decision to run for the Senate was one of the most difficult decisions in her life.
FILE: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton reflects on her life's experiences and how different they are then what she could have ever expected while an undergraduate student at Wellesley College as she responds to a question during a gathering of the Women in Public Service Institute at her Alma mater in Wellesley, Mass., Monday, June 11, 2012.
FILE: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks about the situation in Algeria during a joint press availability with and Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida at the State Department in Washington, Friday, Jan. 18, 2013. Clinton said she spoke by telephone with Algerian Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal to get an update on Americans and others in danger at the sprawling Ain Amenas refinery 800 miles south of Algiers. She said the "utmost care must be taken to preserve innocent life."
FILE: Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., campaigns at Ben Davis High School in Indianapolis, Saturday, March 29, 2008.
FILE: Secretary of State Hillary Rodham testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013, before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on the deadly September attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.
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FILE: President-elect Barack Obama, left, stands with Secretary of State-designate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., center, and National Security Adviser-designate Ret. Marine Gen. James Jones, right, at a news conference in Chicago, Dec. 1, 2008.
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FILE: In this image released by the White House and digitally altered by the source to diffuse the paper in front of Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, along with with members of the national security team, receive an update on the mission against Osama bin Laden in the Situation Room of the White House, Sunday, May 1, 2011, in Washington.
FILE: U.S. first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, arrives at London's Westminster Abbey for the funeral of Britain's, Diana, Princess of Wales, Saturday Sept. 6, 1997.
FILE: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., addresses supporters during a South Dakota and Montana primary night event Tuesday, June 3, 2008 in New York. Though Clinton did not concede defeat to her rival, Barack Obama, she spoke about the vice presidential spot on his fall ticket.
FILE: Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., addresses members of the National Association of Black Journalists at the 32nd NABJ Convention at Bally's hotel-casino in Las Vegas, Thursday, Aug. 9, 2007.
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FILE: Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., addresses the hope and recovery summit, hosted by Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., in New Orleans, Monday, Aug. 27, 2007.
FILE: Democratic presidential hopeful, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks during a news conference in Memphis, Tenn. Sunday, Jan. 27, 2008.
FILE: Democratic Presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. gestures while speaking at the Democratic National Committee Winter Meetings in Washington, Friday, Feb. 2, 2007.
FILE: Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., is introduced at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast in Washington, Friday, June 15, 2007.
FILE: President Clinton wipes his eye while attending 'A Celebration of Lives', a memorial service for the late Commerce Secretary Ron Brown, with first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton Thursday, April 3, 1997, at the Commerce Department in Washington. The president honored Brown and the 34 others who died one year ago when their plane crashed in Croatia.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks in the East Room of the White House Thursday April 17, 1997 during a meeting of the White House Conference on Early Childhood and Development and Learning. In a day of 'talking about baby talk,' and how brains grow, Mrs. Clinton and the president offered parents simple child-rearing advice: Songs and storytelling fire up infants' brainpower.
** FILE ** In this Jan. 13,2009 file photo, Secretary of State-designate Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, during her confirmation hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on her nomination. The Senate has confirmed Hillary Rodham Clinton to become secretary of state.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton holds a new silver dollar commemorating another first lady, Dolley Madison, during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House Monday, Jan. 11, 1999. Designed by Tiffany & Co. and struck by the U.S. Mint, proceeds of the coin's sales will benefit the National Trust for Historic Preservation and their efforts to maintain Montpelier, James and Dolley Madison's Virginia home.
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FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks on the need for long-term care for the elderly and disabled during a ceremony in the White House, Monday, Jan. 4, 1999. President Clinton later proposed billions of dollars in new help for the long-term disabled and the family caregivers who support them, including a $1,000 tax credit for some 2 million American families struggling to tend to relatives.
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FILE: President Clinton walks Buddy as first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and daughter Chelsea make their way from Marine One to the White House Sunday, Aug. 30, 1998, in Washington, after returning from their vacation at Martha's Vineyard.
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FILE: President Clinton looks over towards First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton during an education announcement at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building Thursday, Jan. 20, 2000, in Washington.
FILE: New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during the NBC Democratic Presidential Candidates Debate 30 October 2007 at Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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FILE: Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., addresses the delegates at the Democratic National Convention in Denver, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2008.
FILE: NEW YORK, NY., February 26-- First lady Hillary Clinton poses with her Grammy Wednesday during a pre-telecast presentation ceremony during the 39th Annual Grammy awards at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Clinton's book on child rearing, 'It Takes a Village,' took an award for best spoken word or nonmusical album.
FILE: Five former first ladies gather for a group photo at a gala 20th anniversary fundraising event saluting Betty Ford and the Betty Ford Center Friday, Jan. 17, 2003, in Indian Wells, Calif. From left are Rosalynn Carter, Barbara Bush, Betty Ford, Nancy Reagan and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton. President and Mrs. George W. Bush sent a videotaped tribute. Some 600 guests raised $1.6 million for financial assistance for patients who cannot afford to pay for treatment.
FILE: Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-NY, left, at the podium with Missouri Treasurer Nancy Farmer during a rally and fundraiser in St. Louis Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. Clinton apologized Tuesday Jan. 6, 2004 for joking that Mahatma Gandhi used to run a gas station in St. Louis at a fund-raiser Saturday.
FILE--First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles as she stands in the receiving line at the White House during a State Dinner for South Africa President Thabo Mbeki in this May 22, 2000, file photo in Washington. Senator-elect Hillary Rodham Cliton, from New York, reports for freshman orientation this week.
FILE: The White House's first feline, Socks, paws and claws around in the arms of first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton during an East Room event introducing her new book featuring Socks and Buddy, the president's Labrador retriever, Wednesday night, Feb. 3. 1999, at the White House. The book includes children's letters to the first pets and a short history of animals that have roamed the White House in the past.
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FILE - In this Oct. 18, 2011, file photo, then-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton works from a desk inside a C-17 military plane upon her departure from Malta, in the Mediterranean Sea, bound for Tripoli, Libya. Clinton has joined Twitter, describing herself as a "pantsuit aficionado" and a "hair icon." The potential 2016 presidential candidate's profile page shows the infamous photo of the stern-looking Clinton wearing dark sunglasses and reading her Blackberry.
FILE - In this Feb. 14, 2013 file photo, former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton laughs as she gives a speech during a ceremony honoring her at the Pentagon in Washington. Clinton was honored with the 2013 Helen Keller Humanitarian Award from Helen Keller International in New York on Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
FILE: Singer Elton John listens to Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., as John arrived on Capitol Hill Thursday, April 11, 2002, to testify on AIDS around the world before the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. Clinton has begun building a national political organization, softening her liberal image and taking a lead role in Democratic criticism of President Bush _ steps toward a potential campaign to become the first woman president.
FILE: Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., speaks to the media after a memorial service for 11 soldiers at Fort Drum, N.Y., in this March 14, 2003, file photo. When Democratic voters are asked who they would like to be president, her name consistantly appears at the top. But the New York senator couldn't make it any clearer that she isn't running for the White House, at least not in 2004.
FILE - In this Aug. 6, 2012 file photo, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, right, meets with former South Africa President Nelson Mandela, 94, at his home in Qunu, South Africa. There may be no living figure so revered as Mandela around the world as a symbol of sacrifice and reconciliation, his legacy forged in the fight against apartheid, the system of white minority rule that imprisoned him for 27 years.
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FILE: President Clinton and first lady Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y. pose with President-elect Bush and his wife Laura on the North Portico of the White House before leaving for Capitol Hill, Saturday, Jan. 20, 2001.
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FILE: First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton meets one of the children at Mother Teresa's Sishu Vhavan Orphanage run by Sisters of the Missionaries of Charity in Calcutta, Saturday, Sept. 13, 1997 after attending the funeral services for Mother Teresa. Hillary later told reporters that she hoped Mother Teresa's work would continue.
FILE: Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during the funeral service for U.S. Sen Frank Lautenberg, in New York's Park Avenue Synagogue, Wednesday, June 5, 2013. Lautenberg, a liberal Democrat from New Jersey, died Monday after suffering complications from viral pneumonia. At 89, he was the oldest member of the Senate and the last of 115 World War II veterans to serve there.
FILE: Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., left, accompanied by Sen. Joseph Lieberman, D-Conn., meets reporters on Capitol Hill Thursday, April 26, 2001 to discuss media violence.
FILE: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton gestures as she talks during the Forum for the Future conference in Doha, Qatar, Thursday, Jan.13, 2011. Clinton is warning Arab leaders that the foundations of progress in the Middle East are "sinking into the sand" and that the region faces disaster without real reforms. In a stark message to the development conference in Qatar on Thursday, Clinton told Arab officials that economic and political space must be opened up for the region's exploding youth population.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles while watching villagers perform traditional welcoming songs and dance Monday, March 29, 1999, in Tasselmante Village, Morocco.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton waves to the crowd outside Crawford Furniture Manufacturing Corp., after listening to a group of panelists during her Senate campaign 'listening tour', Wednesday, Aug. 4, 1999 in Jamestown, N.Y. Mrs. Clinton said Wednesday that she did not mean to imply in the interview with Talk magazine that the president's childhood problems were to blame for his infidelity.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, left, meets with Princess Diana at the White House Wednesday, June 18, 1997. On Tuesday night the princess attended an American Red Cross fund-raiser in Washington to aid land-mine victims around the world.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks at the Conference for the Early Literacy of Children in Little Rock, Ark., Tuesday, March 11, 1997. Mrs. Clinton said more is known now than five years ago about how children's brains develop in the first years of life.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton smiles as she awaits the presentation of a Georgia O'Keeffe painting during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House Friday, Oct. 24, 1997. Mrs. Clinton, who celebrated her 50th birthday Sunday, will travel to her childhood hometown Monday.
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FILE: Hillary Rodham Clinton gestures during an appearance at the University of Louisville Thursday, April 24, 1997. The first lady says the United States isn't ready for a first female president. ``It will probably be several years before there is enough acceptance on the part of the general public of having a woman in the White House,'' she said.
FILE: US first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton waves to the crowd upon her arrival at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Tuesday May 27, 1997. Mrs . Clinton will spend an informal day in Amsterdam and will join her husband Tuesday evening in The Hague, where together with European leaders they will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Marshall Plan, Wednesday May 28th.
FILE: Senate candidate first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton addresses the media at a news conference Sunday, July 16, 2000, outside of her home in Chappaqua, N.Y. Clinton firmly denied allegations from a forthcoming book that she once used an anti-Semitic slur 26 years ago. The new book contends that Clinton used the slur against Paul Frey, who had worked on Bill Clinton's unsuccessful Congressional campaign in Arkansas in 1974.
FILE: Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, is joined on stage by Congressman Eliot Engel, left, and Speaker Sheldon Silver after her acceptance speech at the New York State Democratic Convention in Albany, NY Tuesday, May 16, 2000. With her bid for the senate, Hillary Clinton becomes the only first lady ever to run for an elected office.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton is joined by Jessica Lange, right, Meryl Streep and Ken Burns for a screening of Burn's new film on the suffrage movement at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York Wednesday, Nov. 3, 1999. Burn's film, 'Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony,' is scheduled to air on PBS Nov. 7 and 8.
FILE: U.S. Senate candidate first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, is flanked by Kris Manns, left, of Elmira, N.Y., and Mary Ann Stickler, of Horseheads, N.Y., after Clinton addressed the National Education Association-New York on Saturday, April 1, 2000, in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. The NEA-NY endorsed Clinton on Saturday.
FILE: Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., left, poses with ABC News' Barbara Walters in this undated handout photo at Clinton's home in Chappaqua, N.Y. Walter's interviewed Clinton for a special edition of 20/20, that aired Sunday, June 8, 2003.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, center, looks surprised after learning that the press was covering her visit to the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit of Babies & Children's Hospital at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center in New York, Wednesday, April 30, 1997. The best-selling author and Grammy winner helped spread some goodwill from her book, 'It Takes A Village', joining her publisher to make a $75,000 donation from the book's proceeds to help the hospital, Manhattan's only hospital dedicated solely to the care of children. At left, laughing, is Caryn Schwab, Babies & Children's Hospital/Sloane Hospital for Women executive director, and Katya Johns, 5, is at right. Johns was treated for a severly narrow trachea by more than 30 specialists in 28 operating room trips to the hospital.
FILE: President Clinton makes a statement as first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton looks on at the White House, Dec. 19, 1998 thanking those Democratic members of the House of Representatives who voted against impeachment and vowing to complete his term. The AP won two Pulitzer Prizes for photography Monday, April 12, 1999. This image is from the group of photos awarded the Pulitzer Prize in feature photography.
FILE: U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton seen during a meeting with Russian President Dmitry Medvedev at Barvikha outside Moscow, Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2009. Russia on Tuesday pushed back at U.S. efforts to threaten tough new sanctions against Iran if it fails to prove its nuclear program is peaceful, setting back the Obama administration's desire to present a united front on the matter.
FILE: Senate candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during the second debate against Rep. Rick Lazio, R-N.Y., Sunday, Oct. 8, 2000, in New York.
FILE: U.S. Senator-elect and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton beams a smile as she speaks to supporters and well-wishers, in this file photo, during a brief appearance to thank them for their votes at Rochester International Airport, Friday, Nov. 10, 2000, in Rochester, N.Y.
FILE: From left, first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, former President George Bush and retired U.S. Army Gen. Colin Powell applaud a performance of the Philadelphia Orchestra during closing ceremonies of the Presidents' Summit For America's Future at Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Tuesday afternoon, April 29, 1997.
FILE: First lady Hillary Rodham Clinton jokes with her daughter Chelsea while looking at a swamp full of hippopotamuses during a morning safari in the Ngorongoro Crater in Tanzania Wednesday, March, 26, 1997. Mrs. Clinton and Chelsea toured the crater and veiwed warthogs, zebra, elephants and lions.
FILE: Senator Hillary Clinton (D-NY) speaks about Sen. John Edwards (D-NC) nomination as vice president during an appearance at the National Education Association's 2004 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, July 6, 2004.
A copy of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's new book 'Hard Choices' is shown at a Barnes & Noble prior to a book signing on June 10, 2014 in Washington D.C.
In this photo provided by the American Broadcasting Companies, Inc., former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, right, discusses her new memoir, "Hard Choices," with Robin Roberts during a live interview with Roberts on the ABC Television Network's "Good Morning America," Tuesday, June 10, 2014 in New York.
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HiIlary Rodham Clinton speaks before doing a book signing on Tuesday June 10, 2014, at Barnes and Noble bookstore in New York. Clinton said Tuesday that she and former President Bill Clinton "fully appreciate how hard life is for so many Americans," seeking to refine remarks she made about the pair being broke when they left the White House while on a high-profile media tour for a new book, "Hard Choices."
HiIlary Rodham Clinton listens before signing a copy of her book, "Hard Choices" on Tuesday June 10, 2014, at Barnes and Noble bookstore in New York. Clinton said Tuesday that she and former President Bill Clinton "fully appreciate how hard life is for so many Americans," seeking to refine remarks she made about the pair being broke when they left the White House while on a high-profile media tour for a new book.
FILE - This May 14, 2014, file photo shows former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaking in Washington. Clinton says she feels emboldened to run for president because of Republican criticism of her handling of the deadly 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi, Libya. Clinton says in an interview with ABC News airing June 9 that she remains undecided about another campaign in 2016. But she says the GOP-led Benghazi inquiry is "more of a reason to run" because she considers the multiple investigations into the attacks "minor league ball" for a country of the United States' stature.