Hillary Clinton on being asked to be vice president: ‘Never say never’
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton told Ellen DeGeneres in a Thursday interview that you “never say never” to a request to be a vice presidential candidate.
Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president in 2016, said she “probably won’t be asked” to join a presidential ticket, but didn’t rule out the possibility.
Clinton told DeGeneres that she would “never say never” to such a request as she described how she initially did turn down an offer to be secretary of State under President Obama.
Clinton also commended Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) for voting to convict President Trump on one of the impeachment articles on Wednesday.
“I’m not surprised, but I was still disappointed that not more of the Republicans were willing to take the stand that Mitt Romney took,” Clinton said.
“There’s no doubt what the president did was wrong,” she said, stating that the president put his personal interests ahead of the country’s.
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