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Hillary and hard choices

FILE - This July 16, 2013 file photo shows former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton addressing the 51st Delta Sigma Theta National Convention in Washington. NBC announced Saturday, July 27, that actress Diane Lane will star as the former first lady and secretary of state  in a four-hour miniseries,
FILE - This July 16, 2013 file photo shows former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton addressing the 51st Delta Sigma Theta National Convention in Washington. NBC announced Saturday, July 27, that actress Diane Lane will star as the former first lady and secretary of state in a four-hour miniseries, "Hillary." (Cliff Owen / Fr170079 Ap)

Hillary Clinton’s book comes out today. “Hard Choices” may be a prequel to her announcement of a run for president – or perhaps her last publication before permanently retiring into her private life.

She sits with journalists as they ask her the hard questions and she never seems to blink. Diane Sawyer pushed and pushed Hillary on the Benghazi incident. Clinton remained steadfast in her answers, reminding Sawyer that a secretary of state is not an expert on security – that is why advisors are consulted.

While some people trash talk Hillary, others see her as the only obvious candidate for 2016. She claims she will make her decision at the end of the year – giving up the privacy she loves for another round of public service? Hard choices indeed.

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