Hillary Clinton speaks in Washington on Tuesday. (Cliff Owen/AP)
It’s been just two months since Hillary Clinton left her post as President Barack Obama’s secretary of state. But as she re-emerges this week to deliver a pair of speeches honoring women's contributions to public life, it's as if the political world hadn’t seen her in ages.
Clinton's appearance on Friday morning at media maven Tina Brown's Women of the World summit in New York—coming just three days after an appearance at a gala honoring women in leadership in Washington—looks to only further intensify the unofficial parlor game of political junkies and the media just under 43 months until Election Day 2016: Will she run for president again?
Clinton has repeatedly said she has no plans for another White House run, but hasn’t quite ruled it out. And as a result, every move she makes has been viewed through the prism of a potential candidacy.Read More »from Hillary Clinton returns to the public eye amid speculation about 2016