Chelsea Clinton tries to mute speculation she's aiming for politics


Later in the day, CBS This Morning co-anchor had an interview with current first daughter and assistant to the president, Ivanka Trump, scheduled to air on Wednesday. "I think you have to have a clear vision of what you would do in a given job", Clinton said.

Chelsea Clinton noted that she has also no plans to participate in any elections.

"No, no, no", Clinton said, noting that she's pleased with her state and local public officials in New York City.

Chelsea Clinton is putting questions about her political ambitions to bed, for now.

"But I'm definitely not the right person to run to defeat him in 2020", Clinton said.

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'Right now, the answer is no.

As for her mother, Clinton thinks she will continue to stand up for causes she believes in by making speeches and encouraging young people to consider political careers.

"My mom talked to Charlotte a lot about what it would mean to be a mermaid or a zookeeper", she said.

If you put partisanship aside, Jackson's record-campaigning on behalf of Bill Clinton's accusers, excoriating Hillary Clinton for defending an alleged rapist-might suggest that she would be a hard-line feminist on the campus sexual assault issue, inclined to support policies that would make it harder for college men to defend themselves against sexual assault claims. "She is trying to figure out what she can do to help support so numerous organizations you know, like Planned Parenthood, who are standing on the front lines to defend our fundamental rights, and I just am really grateful that she's out there doing that work". Kristin Gillbrand's seat, if she vacates it to run against Trump in 2020. She has a children's book coming out next month called "She persisted", inspired by Sen.

Chelsea was noticeably less comfortable when questioned about Russia's possible interference in the presidential election. "I hope they're enjoying their new home in Washington", she said.