Former Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has announced her intentions for future presidential runs: There won't be any.
What did she say?
During an interview with New Zealand journalist Hilary Barry, Clinton announced that she will never again run for president.
In the TVNZ's 1 News video, which was posted on YouTube on Tuesday, Barry asked Clinton — who was featured to promote her 2017 book, "What Happened" — about the 2020 presidential election.
"As we look ahead to the next election, would you run again?" Barry asked Clinton.
Clinton answered that she would not be running again, but had some plans for the 2018 midterm elections.
"No, no," Clinton revealed. "But I am going to be very active in this coming election, in 2018, because that will be the turning point."
Barry responded by telling Clinton that she hopes there will be another female politician running for president, a sentiment that Clinton endorsed.
"What would you say to her?" Barry asked.
Clinton's response? "Read my book."
Elsewhere in the interview, Barry asked Clinton how she's been able to deal with her staggering 2016 campaign loss.
"It's so important that you have more in your life to lift you up and get you going again, than whatever the setback happened to have been," she explained. "But, it would be inaccurate to say I wasn't devastated, because I was devastated. I didn't expect it, I wasn't ready for it, and it still is an ongoing process. Our country has not yet resolved it. People say, 'Well, why haven't you moved on?' I say, 'Well, there are tens of millions of people who haven't moved on because there are still so many unanswered questions."