Chelsea Clinton: I'm Not the Person to Defeat Trump

Chelsea Clinton: I'm Not the Person to Defeat Trump

Chelsea Clinton: I'm Not the Person to Defeat Trump

Chelsea Clinton doesn't think her mother, Hillary Clinton, will run for President of the United States again.

"I don't agree with our president, but I'm definitely not the right person to run to defeat him in 2020".

She expressed admiration for her local councilwoman in NY, her district's members of Congress and Senators instead, adding that she obviously opposes Mr Trump but that she is not the right person to challenge him in an election.

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Political operatives in NY say that Chelsea Clinton, who lives in Manhattan, may have more options than her mother's poor numbers suggest. "Am I the right person for a given job?' Whether it's a school board or a senator". She's focused thankfully on her grandchildren. President Clinton? For now, Chelsea Clinton says her only plan is to burnish her profile as an author of children's books. "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. She pivoted when asked whether she thought the alleged interference cost her mother a win.

Chelsea Clinton is putting questions about her political ambitions to bed, for now.

"She's clearly looking to encourage many, particularly the young people, who are thinking about running for office, that they should keep thinking about that and throw their hats into the ring", Clinton said.

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"My mom talked to Charlotte a lot about what it would mean to be a mermaid or a zookeeper", she said.

It seems, however, that the former presidential nominee's daughter hasn't entirely ruled out a run of her own. "But I think we all need to be asking ourselves that question periodically". She also has an Elizabeth Warren-inspired childrens book coming out next month titled, "She Persisted".

Hillary Clinton lost to Republican candidate Donald Trump in the November 8 presidential election having gained 227 electoral votes to Trump's 304.

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