She added that she has "no idea" if she will be a part of that work, saying that she's "not even going to think about it 'til we get through this November 6 election about what's going to happen after that, but I'm going to do everything in my power to make sure we have a Democrat in the White House come January of 2021".
"This is the ultimate arrogance", Greg Gutfeld said.
Asked by Swisher whether she would be doing any of the lifting, Clinton said: "I have no idea".
Perino added that each time Clinton waffles on a presidential bid, it "prevents someone from being able to emerge".
Clinton has been more vocal in her opposition of President Donald Trump as the midterm elections draw near.
"Your fantasies are out of control", he said.
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The couple hopes to have more children. "I didn't know it was hereditary, I didn't know much about it", she said. Breast Cancer survivor Brandy Williamson said, "Nobody can get rid of cancer if we don't do some research".
"I don't think she is seriously thinking about it", Trippi responded.
Democrat and former Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe also poured cold water on Mrs Clinton joining the 2020 race, telling United States television broadcaster MSNBC she will "never be in the ballot again". 'And I don't think it's politically correct to say, we value that'. You could read this, then, as nothing more than Hillary making herself available to work for the next Democratic chief executive in whatever capacity he/she likes.
During an interview with CNN earlier this month, Clinton said people "cannot be civil" with the Republican Party. "She's younger than Donald Trump by a year". I'd be very happy with Hillary.
Her longtime advisor Philippe Reines told The Hill: "She is more likely to win Powerball".
"It's respecting the diversity that we have in our society", she said.
So far, the Democratic primary field numbers around 20 candidates, from the notable, like former Vice President Joe Biden, to the unexpected, like celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti. "But I feel very confident in saying she's not going to run for president".
Just before she made the racial crack, Clinton had just been stating that "what's often called political correctness is politeness" and 'not being rude and insulting to people'.