Hillary Clinton said she couldn't see herself continuing to serve as secretary of state should President Obama win a second term, ABC
In an interview
aired Wednesday on PBS
, Tavis Smiley asked Clinton whether she could imagine herself "doing it for another four years."
She replied "No, I really can't."
Clinton didn't rule it out completely but said serving for eight years "would be very challenging. But I, you know, I don't wanna make any predictions sitting here."
Clinton also ruled out another run for the presidency, saying she was "absolutely not interested."
In an interview with ABC in October, Clinton also said she would not run for Senate or for New York governor.
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