UC Berkeley student asks Hillary Clinton about possible 2016 presidential campaign

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At a panel discussion Saturday night, one UC Berkeley student pushed former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to answer the question many across the nation have been asking — whether or not she will be running for president in 2016.

According to the Washington Post, UC Berkeley junior Vrinda Agarwal directly addressed Clinton at the closing session of the Clinton Global Initiative University conference at Arizona State University, asking, “Mrs. Clinton, if you don’t represent women in politics in America as future president, who will?”

While the question generated cheers from the audience and support from Jimmy Kimmel, who was moderating the event, Clinton deflected, noting that she “appreciated the sentiment” and was “very much concerned” about the future of the United States.

“I’m obviously thinking about all kinds of decisions,” Clinton said.

Read the full story on the Washington Post website.

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