05 April, 2017
Chelsea Clinton said in an interview early Tuesday that she is now not considering a challenge to President Trump, but left open the door on a White House bid. During a St. Patrick's Day speech in March, Hillary Clinton said she is "ready to come out of the woods", spurring speculation about her future.
Asked if she thinks Russia's interference played a role in her mother's election loss, Chelsea said, "I think we don't yet know the answer to anything around Russian Federation and I think we all deserve those answers".
She expressed admiration for her local councilwoman in NY, her district's members of Congress and Senators instead, adding that she obviously opposes Mr Trump but that she is not the right person to challenge him in an election. A Quinnipiac poll released in January showed that, should she decide to run as an independent against incumbent Bill de Blasio, she would likely win the election. "Am I the right person for a given job?' Whether it's for a school board or a senator".
During an interview with CBS on Tuesday morning, the "She Persisted" author was asked to relay a message to Trump, who will be appearing on the network tomorrow.
'Right now, the answer is no. She's focused on what she can do help support work she's been engaged in for longer than I've been alive around children, around women, around families.
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'I hope her kids are doing well, ' Chelsea said.
"No, no, no", Clinton said, noting that she's pleased with her state and local public officials in New York City.
Clinton told Variety late last month that rumors about running for office have been swirling for years.
"She's clearly looking to encourage many, particularly the young people, who are thinking about running for office, that they should keep thinking about that and throw their hats into the ring", Clinton said.
King asked if their was anything Clinton would like her to pass on to Trump.