In an interview with NBC News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent Andrea Mitchell, outgoing Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said her recent health concerns would not "factor in at all" if she ever decides to run for president, but insisted she does not "have any decisions made" at this time. Mitchell sat down with Clinton at the State Department this afternoon to discuss the retiring Secretary's legacy, the major events of her tenure, and her plans for both the immediate future and the 2016 presidential race.
Andrea Mitchell: How much will health, your own personal health -- we know that you had at least two clots -- how does that factor into a decision about whether you run for President and all the flying that it entails?SECRETARY Hillary Clinton:Well it doesn't factor in at all. I mean, you know that, I have no doubt that I am healthy enough and my stamina is great enough and I'll be fully recovered to do whatever I choose to do. But I don't have any decisions made. I have no real plans to make any such decisions. I'm looking forward to some very quiet time catching up on everything from sleep, to reading, to walking, with my family. I think it's hard to imagine for me what it will be like next week when I wake up and I have nowhere to go. Maybe I'll go back to sleep for a change!
More of the interview will air tonight on "NBC Nightly News" and an extended version will air Wednesday on "Andrea Mitchell Reports" on MSNBC. All content will be available on NBCNews.com. CREDIT: NBC News
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