Swisher asked her, mistakenly naming Booker as the one who said this, rather than Eric Holder, former President Obama's attorney general. But then when she was repeatedly pushed on the issue she said, "I'd like to be President".
"Well, I'd like to be president", Clinton said.
"I'm just going to wait and watch what happens."New York Times".
"Look, if we're not able to rein him in, I think there will be wholesale firings, particularly in the Justice Department, perhaps including Robert Mueller", she told Swisher.
"Tweeps, simmer down", she tweeted.
Clinton corrected Swisher immediately.
"That's why I believe, if we are fortunate enough to win back the House and/or the Senate, that's when civility can start again", Clinton claimed.
Pakistani court acquits Christian woman on death row for blasphemy
She is acquitted of all charges and if not required for any other charges she will be released forthwith". That same year, Shahbaz Bhatti, a Christian politician, was killed for being a vocal critic of the law.
Whatever her intentions, the former presidential candidate has a long history of launching into jokes that fall flat.
Perino added that each time Clinton waffles on a presidential bid, it "prevents someone from being able to emerge". And they're going to spend most of their time trying to go after Donald Trump as a disgusting human being which we all already know he is and it's going to cost them the election.
"Apparently, you know, my former opponent is obsessed with my speaking out", she said.
It's not clear whether she meant as the real president - Donald Trump - or as the president of a fairy tale world where Clinton decided it would be a good idea to campaign in Wisconsin.
Trump beat Hillary Clinton in 2016 with an Electoral College tally of 304 - 227. Other potential candidates include Sen. "There were no articles telling Al Gore to go away or John Kerry to go away or John McCain or Mitt Romney to go away", she said. Anything is possible as the former Secretary of State seemingly left the door open to another run.
"Mussolini says [in the book], 'When you pluck a chicken feather by feather, nobody notices, '" Mrs. Clinton recounted.
The "heavy lifting" she describes isn't just the presidency, I think, but the broader task of rebuilding America's alliances after Trump, which will require many people. I don't think it deserves a donkey of the day!