Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that she would consider the "most qualified people" for the nomination for Vice President from the Democratic party, which will include women.
Now that Clinton is a candidate for the presidency, she turns her attention to other people and preparing for the party Congress in Philadelphia, which will be held in July. "I'm going to really pay attention to "qualified people". And I would be no matter who that person is. One qualified person can do the work of a not very good team," Clinton said.
Former U.S. Secretary of state tried to defend the Clinton Foundation, saying she was "proud of the work he has done". "The money really go to support humanitarian activities. And if people want to influence anyone in the country, I think they would choose political work. And the Foundation's work really speaks for itself."
She said that the role of the ex-President will focus on the struggle with economic issues, to help the poorest areas of the country. "I'm going to pay attention to such places, I don't think they will vote for me, but I'm still going to support them," said Clinton.
In an interview, prospective democratic candidate said she plans to reach supporters defeated in the primaries of the Democratic party of the contender Bernie Sanders.
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