Former Secretary of State Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonDNC chairwoman: If up to me, I’d exclude independents from Dem primaries Trump: My rallies are 'safest place you can be' Reeling Cruz tries to survive Trump tide MORE on Tuesday said her favorite Republican in Congress is Sen. John McCainJohn McCainExperts warn weapons gap is shrinking between US, Russia and China McCain delivers his own foreign policy speech Republicans who vow to never back Trump MORE (R-Ariz.).
Clinton was asked in a live interview on ABC’s “Good Morning America” to identify one GOP lawmaker.
“Despite my problems with him, John McCain. He and I have traveled a lot, we argue a lot, and he goes off on something that I disagree with, you know I admire him, and I spend a lot of time with him.”
“Living is hard because it used to be Nelson Mandela, but probably also Desmond Tutu.”
Clinton was asked if there is any particular politician who she’d like to babysit her future grandchild. Clinton’s daughter, Chelsea, is due to have her first baby this fall.
“There a lot of them! I’m very close to a lot of women in the Senate. I’m putting out the offer right now, all they need to do is call. They have my number; I’d be thrilled to have them!”
Clinton, considered the Democratic presidential front-runner in 2016 if she decides to run, is kicking off her national book tour to promote her new memoir Hard Choices.