"I'm not running, but I'm going to keep on working and speaking and standing up for what I believe", she says. "I'm not going anywhere", Clinton said. Asked whether she would consider running for any kind of elected office again, she said: "I don't think so". "And I'm also thinking hard about how do we start talking and listening to each other again".
"We've just gotten so polarized", she continued. "We've gotten into really opposing camps unlike anything I've ever seen in my adult life".
Despite ruling out a presidential bid, Clinton said she "is not going anywhere" when it comes to speaking out about politics. And while there were certainly millions of Americans who would have loved to see the 2016 nominee run for a third time, there are likely just as many Americans who are happy to that she has made a decision to give others a shot.
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"I've had a lot of them tell me that my work and my run for President was very influential in their decision to run".
Clinton, whose loss to Republican Donald Trump in 2016 despite winning the popular vote triggered a major escalation of political tensions in the USA, was long rumored to be eyeing a second tilt.
The former first lady unsuccessfully ran for president in 2008, then lost to Donald Trump in 2016.
'People need to understand that in many cases, they were sold a bill of goods.
Clinton has met with a range of candidates and individuals considering a presidential run, CNN reported.
When asked if she would consider running for governor, mayor or any elected office again, Clinton told News 12, "I don't think so", adding that she loves living in NY and is grateful for the time she spent as senator of the state.