Hillary Clinton says, 'I'd like to be president,' at NYC event

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"Tweeps, simmer down!" Ms Swisher wrote on Twitter. Clinton whether she wants to run in 2020.

"No ... no", Clinton first replied.

The context of Swisher's question is a statement that Eric Holder, not Cory Booker made.

GOPUSA Editor's note: Then she turned to race.

We need people who not only understand the issues but who will stop at nothing to push these into real legitimate laws in the United States. "The work would be work that I feel very well-prepared for, having been in the Senate for eight years, having been a diplomat in the State Department". Swisher asked Clinton about former Attorney General Eric Holder's comment that "When they go low, we kick 'em".

"So far I like them all", Trump said, referring to potential rivals in 2020.

"I'm not even going to even think about it until we get through this Nov 6 election", she said.

It shows Clinton getting interviewed on Friday on a stage in NY, by Kara Swisher of the tech news site Recode.

Clinton would, of course, know it was Holder who said that.

Amid a loud applause, she explained after a Democrat "hopefully" won the next presidential election, she would like lend her support and help out every which way she can, given her extensive experience of White House politics and the legislative. Nevertheless, she would like to continue helping the Democratic Party. She has also has maintained an active presence in Democratic circles, appearing alongside candidates such as Andrew Gillum, the Tallahassee mayor running for governor of Florida. When I say we kick them, I don't mean we do anything inappropriate, we don't do anything illegal, but we have to be tough and we have to fight.

In January 2014, when Romney was asked if he was running again, he said, "Oh, no, no, no".

Reines also touted Clinton's ability to successfully raise enough campaign funds to run in 2020.

"It's hard for Hillary", McAuliffe said.

The confidant added: "I think a lot of people definitely think she was screwed in this last election but no one is urging her to do this".

Meanwhile, she and former president Bill Clinton are going on a speaking tour that is now scheduled to wrap up in May 2019. "She's saying, 'just make me president'". Her interviewer, Kara Swisher, pressed the point, and the former secretary of state qualified her remarks. "This is a big piece of what she is doing politically".

"No", Clinton said after a brief pause, which the moderator noted.