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Hillary Clinton will be interviewed live by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof for the annual Women in the World Summit.
NEW YORK CITY, NY — Hillary Clinton will be in New York City next week, but not to announce her rumored interest in this year's mayoral race. The former New York Senator and Secretary of State will be speaking at Lincoln Center for the eight annual Women in the World Summit.
Clinton will headline the summit's April 6 programming when she is interviewed live by New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof at Lincoln Center's David Koch Theater, according to the summit's website. There's no indication as to which topics the conversation between Clinton and Kristof will cover, but it's safe to say politics and women's issues will likely dominate the discussion.
Since Clinton's shocking loss to Donald Trump in last year's presidential election the former first lady has kept a low profile, but has become more politically active recently. During a speech on St. Patrick's day Clinton said the was “ready to come out of the woods," alluding to a viral photo of Clinton hiking near her Chappaqua home after the election defeat, reported the New York Times.
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Thought folks might also like to see this from Katie Holmes, who is playing Jackie again, in a conversation with Jenna Bush Hager.
Katie Holmes is still recovering from the results of 2016's presidential election.
During a radio interview on the SiriusXM TODAY Show Radio special "The Jenna Bush Hager Show," the 38-year-old actress opened up about Hillary Clinton's loss, and how she feels it has affected her 10-year-old daughter, Suri Cruise.
"I know I thought Hillary was going to win this year, and it was such a... it just hurt so badly when she didn't," Holmes told Bush Hager. "And I know that it hurt my child so much as a 10-year old, and it really made me think, 'Oh we have a lot…a long way to go as women.'"
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