Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonDem pollster: Debate will mark 'a fundamental change in the election' Poll: Trump and Clinton neck and neck before first debate How Holt went from Chicago to moderating Trump-Clinton MORE told a weekly German magazine she will work to make sure the United States will have a female president, even if it’s not her.
The former secretary of State, U.S. senator and first lady said the U.S. lags behind other countries that have had women in charge of their governments.
In Germany, for example, Angela Merkel became chancellor in 2005. Brazil and Chile also have female leaders.
Clinton launched a national book tour last week to promote her new memoir Hard Choices about her time in the Obama administration. She’s considered the 2016 Democratic frontrunner for president if she decides to run.