Just before her departure from her role as Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton left the door open for a possible run for the presidency in 2016, but added that she is "not inclined" to make a decision on the matter any time soon.
Speaking at a "global town hall" for students on Tuesday at the Newseum in Washington D.C., Clinton said:
"It is up to me to make a decision on my own future. I right now am not inclined to do that."
I am looking forward to finishing up my tenure as secretary of state, and then catching up on about 20 years of sleep deprivation."
Clinton also revealed that her fans could expect a book, but confessed:
"I don't know what I will say in it yet."
The memoir, which would be her second in 10 years, will more than likely go into details about Benghazi and other significant events from her four years in the Obama administration. It can be assumed that the book will not rehash her husband's affair with Monica Lewinsky, as she already covered that in her 2003 book "Living History."
When asked about the biggest regret from her four years as Secretary of State, Clinton replied that it was "certainly, the loss of lives in Benghazi." But, she insisted that she will leave her job with "far more positive memories."
Clinton was of course asked about whether she was planning to run for president in 2016, and responded:
"I'm not thinking about anything like that right now."