Hillary Clinton says becoming a grandmother might keep her off the campaign trail.
Hillary spoke with Charlie Rose:
I’m about to have my first grandchild, which I’m thrilled about. I can’t wait. I want to see what that feels like. I’m not going to skip over it. I want to really be present, as I meet this … new person in our family.
Other interesting tidbits from the the interview:
Bush was “a very good partner to us here in New York as we had to rebuild.”
Really? Nice things about Bush? Maybe she won’t run . . .
“For some people running for president seems like the next step in a career,” she said, and they use it to “finish off their own sense of identity.”
Hmm. A dig a Bill?
“The job is an all-consuming commitment.”
Somebody tell The Bear next time he gets loose!
Hillary actually sounds fairly eloquent here and serious in her approach to deciding, and she genuinely appears not to have chosen whether to run.