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Introducing Oscar de la Renta.
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From David Letterman's Top Ten in 2008.
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Hillary Clinton jokes with David Letterman in 2008.
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Clinton told NPR she is not exploring a presidential run.
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In her final interview as Secretary of State with Andrea Mitchell, Clinton said she does not plan to re-enter politics.
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Laughs off the notion she will ever run again by saying, "I think I'm going be the best secretary of state I can be."
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Clinton told ABC in her exit interview that she has no plans to run for president again.
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Clinton told CNN in her final interview as Secretary of State, that she is not planning to run for president.
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In her final Townterview, Clinton told the audience she is not thinking about running for president any time soon.
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Clinton tells David Gregory in 2009 she does not believe she will run for president again.
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In a 2008 interview with Fox News, Clinton comments on the chances she'll run for president again.
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Clinton tells Barbara Walters she does not plan on running for president in 2016.
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Clinton tells an audience in Copenhagen she's "looking forward to pursuing other interests" rather than running for president again.
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Clinton tells an audience in India that she won't run for president in 2016. "There are other ways I can continue to serve."
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Clinton tells Wolf Blitzer she's not planning to run for president in 2016.
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Clinton told Andrea Mitchell in a 2012 interview she wants to focus on living her life, rather than running another campaign.
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Clinton tells CBS in 2011 that she had no plans to run for president again.
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In an interview in the Philippines, Clinton says she's not planning to run for president and ruled out replacing Vice President Joe Biden, too.
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Clinton told Savannah Guthrie of 'Today' that she won't run for president in 2016.
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Asked by Wolf Blitzer if she'd like to become president, Clinton firmly said, "No."
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She told Tavis Smiley in 2010.
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Clinton tells CBS's Erica Hill she's not interested in running for president again.
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The Secretary of State responds to the presidential question on MBC Kalam.
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In November 2010, Clinton tells Chris Wallace of Fox News, she won't run for president again.
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When asked to respond to a comment that she'd never run for president again, Clinton replied: "Yes, I have said that," laughing.
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Hillary Clinton tells a New Zealand journalist that she hopes the U.S. is ready for a female president but it won't be her.
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Clinton is asked by a student moderator in Bahrain.
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Clinton tells the Irish press she's not interested in running for president in 2016.
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"Many Democrats believe it's time for a woman."
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"Soy mal corrido!"
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Is Hillary really a shape-shifter? Richard Heene wants to know.
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So she tells "Meet the Press."
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Oh, but it was all a misunderstanding. Awkward.
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All it took was mentioning his name.
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Diplomacy is fun!