Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillary Clinton labels Trump coronavirus executive actions a 'stunt' What Trump got wrong by pushing coal Trump is fighting the wrong war MORE visited Rhode Island on Friday to campaign for Gina Raimondo, the state’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate.

It was the second in a three-stop tour of the Northeast to back Democratic candidates — and part of an increasingly busy campaign schedule for the former secretary of State and possible 2016 presidential contender.


“I really think that Rhode Island would be so well-served by having this extraordinary woman take responsibility for your state,” Clinton said of Raimondo, the state Treasurer, at the event.

When the prospect of her own possible presidential run came up, however, she was slightly less enthusiastic.

“She’s done it all – although not everything yet,” Raimondo said, praising Clinton.

Clinton reportedly shrugged.

Clinton says she has yet to make a decision. But recent visits to Iowa and a high-profile media tour after the publication of her memoir have many believing she is preparing for another White House run.