I'm not the person to defeat Donald Trump, says Chelsea Clinton

If the report is true, she would temporarily be in charge of the office responsible for enforcing the nation's civil rights laws in schools, including their handling of campus sexual assault.

As for her own political aspirations, Clinton shot down any talk of her running on the Democratic ticket in the next presidential election.

'I don't think so, ' she said.

Here I thought the one thing that could save Democrats from electoral irrelevance was putting forward a different, more unqualified Clinton.

"I think we're seeing what that means right now", Chelsea Clinton said Tuesday. No, Chelsea, we don't all need to ask ourselves that question - particularly you.

Clinton went on to say that her mother is looking to inspire future generations to get into politics. "She's focused on what she can do to help support work that she's been engaged in for longer than I've been alive".

Chelsea Clinton has some kind words for her (former?) friend Ivanka Trump.

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In a previous interview with Variety, Clinton said she was "surprised" by the persistent rumors that she plans to run for office soon.

"I hope her kids are doing well".

She added, "I think there are lots of ways to get involved, clearly running for public office is one of those".

"We deserve those answers", she said.

Clinton, 37, has recently become a more active presence on Twitter, frequently posting commentary on social issues, news of the day and the Trump administration with a distinctive voice.

The former first daughter embarked on a six-state book tour Tuesday that was scheduled back when she believed her mother was on the way to the White House. She has a children's book coming out next month called "She persisted", inspired by Sen.

King asked if their was anything Clinton would like her to pass on to Trump. "I hope they're enjoying their new home in Washington", she said.

  • Adam Floyd