HILLARY RYAN: What you need to know about Hillary Clinton’s ticket to the White House, and how to get the best seats.
Read moreFrom her book, ‘Hard Choices,’ to her campaign slogan, “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor,” Hillary Clinton is an experienced fundraiser who has long held the title of “America’s First Female President.”
Her life story is filled with stories of hard work and grit.
She grew up poor in New York, but later earned her high school diploma, and went on to earn her law degree at Yale Law School, where she was a partner in the firm of Roberta Kaplan and Donald Meckler.
In 1992, she won the Democratic nomination for president and ran against President George H.W. Bush.
Hillary Clinton is also the first woman to win the presidency.
But as the first lady, her time in the White Houses office has been overshadowed by the Clintons’ personal and political scandals.
Her 2016 campaign was marred by controversy, but the fact that the Democratic Party chose her as its nominee has fueled a renewed interest in the future of the country.
In a series of tweets, Hillary Clinton said she will not run again for president in 2020.
“I am committed to leading our country through a challenging, challenging time and we have a lot to learn from each other,” she said.
“But this is a time for optimism, for determination, and for a clear vision of the future.
We need to work together to build a more just, inclusive, inclusive world.”
On Tuesday, the New York Times reported that Hillary Clinton told a group of young people that she had an appointment to meet with President Donald Trump, but that she will be forced to wait until the next presidential election.
The Times said the meeting was set for May.
The White House has yet to respond to the Times report.
In January, the Times reported on a meeting that former President Bill Clinton held with a group that included young people in their early 20s.
It was a rare glimpse into a meeting between a potential 2020 candidate and a potential presidential candidate, but it does appear to be the first time a potential candidate has met with a young audience.
In fact, the young people who attended the meeting were told that they could be part of a future Hillary Clinton presidency, according to the report.
The younger attendees were asked what they wanted to do with their lives, and they were asked if they would like to become members of a new group, according the report, which said that they were told to “take care of their friends and family, and do some work to help them get ahead.”
The Times said that a senior White House official who was in the room at the time of the meeting told the newspaper that “the president was flabbergasted that they had not gotten a group together earlier, given that they are a young group and they want to help.”
This is a chance for young people to get a glimpse of the First Lady and to be part with the family, the official said, according in the report released Tuesday.
“It is the kind of meeting that could help her build the kind, inclusive America she has long envisioned and the kind and diverse country she wants to lead,” the official added.
The Times also reported that a member of the group was told, “She said she had a lot of people in her life that were great people, but who didn’t think she was as qualified as she thought she was.
She said she was going to ask you if you would be a part of the new group.”
A spokesperson for the Clinton campaign told ABC News that the candidate had no comment on the report about the meeting.