Hillary Clinton, who was Secretary of State, made it clear that she would not run for president again after her failed bids in 2008 and 2016.

There has been more political talk about whether or not Clinton will run for president again.

She is still vocal about current events and is now promoting her new docuseries "Gutsy" on Apple TV+.

At the same time, Democrats are still thinking about whether or not President Biden should run for re-election in 2024. 

"Would you run for president again if you could?" Norah O'Donnell, a reporter for CBS, asked. Clinton replied, "No, no.

But I'll do everything I can to make sure we have a president who respects our democracy, the rule of law, and our institutions.

"What if Trump runs for office again?" O'Donnell followed. Clinton said, "He should be beaten badly."

The Republican Party should be the first to show some backbone. Don't let him get to you! "Heaven forbid he gets the nomination,

but if he does, he needs to lose badly and go back to Mar-a-Lago." This is a change from her tone during the Trump administration, when she

called her former rival an "illegitimate president" because of Russia's interference in the 2016 election.