The panel of The View tells Clinton that her tweets “give people hope.”
In an appearance on ABC’s The View on Wednesday, Chelsea Clinton would not definitively say whether she would seek political office after prodding from the show’s panel.
Sara Haines praised Clinton for her political engagement on Twitter, saying her tweets “give people hope.”
Haines asked Clinton if anything would change her mind before presenting her with a “Clinton/Clinton ’20” bumper sticker.
Instead of addressing the essence of the question, Clinton emphasized the importance of exercising the right to vote.
She also conveyed encouragement at the number of women who had expressed interest in running for office following the 2016 election.
Clinton is the daughter of failed 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton.
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