Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski
TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says she is "very much concerned" about the direction of the country but says she is still considering her future plans.
Former President Bill Clinton, left, listens as former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during a student conference Saturday, March 22, 2014, at Arizona State University in Tempe. More than 1,000 college students are gathered there this weekend as part of the Clinton Global Initiative University's efforts to advance solutions to pressing world challenges. (Image source: AP/Matt York)
During a Saturday evening session of the Clinton Global Initiative University, a young woman asked Clinton whether she would consider running for president in 2016.
The student said if Clinton wouldn't represent women in politics, "who will?"
That got a roar of approval from the 1,000-plus students attending the event at Arizona State University.
The former secretary of state says she is concerned about the direction of the nation but adds that "it's not just who runs for office" but what they do once they get there.
Clinton smiled and told the crowd that she was "obviously thinking about all kinds of decisions."