After many weeks of speculation and political analysts debating over the question, Hillary Clinton has officially confirmed last Sunday that she will be running for the top spot of the US government.
The first information released was through an email sent by John Podesta to her supporters. Shortly after, came a video that was released on YouTube titled “Getting Started” which now totals over 2 million views.
In a bold PR move, Mrs. Clinton took the back seat to focus on ordinary people, featuring people from all walks of life, financial income and even sexual preference.
“I’m getting ready to do something too. I’m running for president,” Clinton said in the video.
Shortly after the release of the video, the campaign staff sent out a press release providing additional information regarding her next steps.
Clinton also took to twitter saying “I’m running for president. Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion. –H”.
Clinton, 67, is seeking a fourth chapter in what is already an unprecedented career in American politics. She previously served as secretary of state and US senator for New York, as well as first lady when her husband, Bill, served two terms at the White House in the 1990s.