Stewart should have plenty to discuss with his guest.
Clinton is, of course, out making the rounds to plug her new book, "Hard Choices," a memoir of her years managing U.S. diplomacy all over the world. She was paid an advance worth a reported $14 million, but the critics have dismissed the book as unrevealing, and it has not sold as well as expected.
But the bigger issue is the White House. Specifically, does Clinton want to try to live there again, more than two decades after becoming first lady?
Speculation swirls around whether she will run again for the White House after losing the Democratic nomination in 2008 to
The election cycle for 2016 would likely be her last shot at the presidency. At the time voters head to their polling places for the presidential election that year, Clinton will have just turned 69.
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