Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she plans to write a memoir after leaving office during a “Global Townterview” event on Tuesday morning in which she took questions from people around the world.
“Yes, I will write a memoir,” Clinton said. “I don’t know what I will say in it yet.”
Clinton said her immediate plans after leaving involve “catching up on about 20 years of sleep deprivation.” Asked if she would run for president in 2016, Clinton laughed it off, saying she’s “not thinking about anything like that right now.”
This wouldn’t be her first memoir; her first, Living History, came out in 2003. Bill Clinton’s own memoir, My Life was released the next year.
A spokesman for Clinton didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment about the memoir.
- UK voters sent a massive shock through the world, overturning 40 years of British EU membership.
- Prime Minister David Cameron says he will resign by October.
- British banks got hit hard, and their European peers were hit even harder.
- Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon says a second independence referendum for Scotland is "highly likely."