Did Russia election meddling doom Hillary? Chelsea Clinton weighs in
- Author: Joey Payne Apr 05, 2017,
Apr 05, 2017, 1:43
If the report is true, she would temporarily be in charge of the office responsible for enforcing the nation's civil rights laws in schools, including their handling of campus sexual assault.
"Oh, I have no idea", Clinton said when asked whether her mother would run again. Clinton left room for a possible run in the future, but said she has no plans to run for any public office, at least for now.
Here I thought the one thing that could save Democrats from electoral irrelevance was putting forward a different, more unqualified Clinton. "Right now, the answer is no, but I think we all need to be asking ourselves that question periodically". "I mean, I just - no", she said in the interview, exasperatedly clapping her hands together.
Chelsea Clinton has made clear she will not be running against Donald Trump in 2020, despite her growing presence and political activity on Twitter. She's focused on what she can do help support work she's been engaged in for longer than I've been alive around children, around women, around families. "I just am really grateful to have more time with her now than I've had in a long time".
Chelsea also talked about her mother's ambitions, and said she doesn't think that she's looking to run for office again. "I really am constantly surprised by the stories of me running for, fill in the blank - Congress, Senate, City Council, the presidency", she said in a March interview with Variety.
Clinton appeared on the morning broadcast to hawk her book, "It's Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!"
The former first daughter was also asked what she thinks about the investigation into Russian efforts to meddle in the 2016 USA election.
When asked whether she thought Russian Federation interfered with the election and prevented her mother from winning, Clinton replied that she believed there were still many questions surrounding the situation. 'I hope they're enjoying their new home in Washington'.