Where is Chelsea Clinton's political career going

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This content was published on April 9, 2013 - 14:36 ​​(Keystone-SDA)

Chelsea Clinton, daughter of former US President Bill Clinton and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, can imagine a career in politics.

In an interview with NBC TV station, for which she occasionally works as a journalist, the 33-year-old said on Monday that she is currently happy to live in a city, state and country, "where I decided my mayor, support my Governor, President, Senators and MPs ".

However, if one day that is no longer the case, and if she thinks that she can exercise a meaningful greater influence, she will have to ask herself the question of her political future anew and have to answer it.

Clinton, who has recently become increasingly involved in her father's foundation, also emphasized that she would support her mother, whatever her decision in the 2016 presidential election might turn out to be.

Speculations that the former foreign minister could make a new attempt at the presidency persist. In 2008 she lost the race for the Democratic candidacy for the White House to Barack Obama.

The current US President, who is not allowed to run again after two terms in the 2016 election, made her his Secretary of State. Clinton gave this post to her successor John Kerry in February.

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