4 Things We Learned From Hillary Clinton’s British Book Tour Interviews

The former secretary of state did a barrage of interviews to promote her book.

1. Hillary is not fond of talking about Monica Lewinsky’s resurgence: Asked on BBC radio what she thinks of Lewinsky’s recent reemergence, she dodged and said the country has moved past it.

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2. Hillary has finally spoken out about her 1975 defense of an accused child rapist: In an interview with British parent network Mumsnet Clinton says she had a “professional duty to represent my client to the best of my ability.”

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3. Hillary views Iraq with regret, both in her 2003 vote for the war and the aftermath: Speaking with the BBC, Clinton calls the failure of the Maliki government in Iraq, as “the biggest regret I have.”

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4. People will never be tired of asking Hillary Clinton if she wants to run for president.

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Andrew Kaczynski is a political reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
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