Democratic presidential candidate Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSchumer: 'The big lie is spreading like a cancer' among GOP America departs Afghanistan as China arrives Young, diverse voters fueled Biden victory over Trump MORE says she will "look into" releasing the transcripts of her six-figure speeches before running for president.
The former secretary of State faced a tense moment in Thursday night's New Hampshire debate when MSNBC moderator Chuck Todd read out a voter's question about her paid Wall Street speeches, which make many in the Democratic base suspicious.
The questioner asked, "Don't you think the voting public has a right to know what was said [to Goldman Sachs]?" 
Todd expanded the request, asking Clinton whether she would release the transcripts of all her paid speeches, as there were transcription services available to reveal what was said.
Clinton replied, "I will look into it."
"I don't know the status, but I will certainly look into it," she added. "But I can only repeat what is the fact, that I spoke to a lot of different groups with a lot of different constituents ... about issues that had to do with world affairs.
"So my view on this is, look at my record."