Hillary Clinton kicked off her “Hard Choices” book tour on Monday by doing what most high-profile politicians considering a presidential run do: Sit down for a sweeping interview to talk about well known issues — tenure, past achievements, presidential aspirations — and some issues that haven’t been addressed in years.
Clinton honed what is likely to be her book tour message in the interview with ABC, one of a thoughtful diplomat who is prepared to re-introduce herself to voters, especially women.
“When you’re in the spotlight as a woman, you know you’re being judged constantly,” Clinton said about sexism. “I mean it is just never ending. … Your natural tendency is how do you bring people together so that you can better communicate. I’m done with that, I’m just done.”