Clinton says no to second term as secretary of state

By REUTERS
March 17, 2011 00:55

 
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WASHINGTON - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Wednesday she has no desire to continue in the job if US President Barack Obama wins a second term in 2012. And she said she doesn't want to be president either.

When Clinton was asked in a CNN interview during a trip to Cairo if she wanted a second stint as America's top diplomat, she was clear.

"No," she answered -- and then moved on to rule out future jobs as defense secretary, vice president or even president of the United States.

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