NBC’s Andrew Rafferty. “But I'm going to continue to think about it for a while.” Then came the doubt part, with Clinton saying the political back-and-forth she observed as Obama’s secretary of state gave her pause about waging another presidential campaign. "I would be the first to say we're having a political period of, frankly, dysfunction,” she added. “I saw it from afar as secretary and it was disheartening and even embarrassing to see people arguing about letting us default on our debt.”
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This evening she is speaking to the World Affairs Council of Oregon in Portland. She also tweeted this.
Here is a report on the Portland speech from The Oregonian.
PORTLAND, OR -- April 8 -- The public enters the Keller Auditorium. Hillary Rodham Clinton spoke to the World Affairs Council Tuesday at Keller Auditorium in Portland. Michael Lloyd/The Oregonian.
Photographer Michael Lloyd is also at the event.
The talk kicks off the World Affairs Council of Oregonâs International Speakers series. It's the second stop of a West Coast speaking tour for Clinton, the former secretary of state and odds-on favorite to win the Democratic presidential nomination if she chooses to run in 2016. The talk begins at 7:30 p.m.