Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton said Sunday she would consider putting her husband, former President Bill Clinton, to work in her administration on the economy and creating jobs.
"I am going to ask my husband, who has a great track record in creating jobs, putting people to work, revitalizing communities, to be in an advisory role working with me, working with our cabinet, to try to figure out what we can do," Clinton said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "You know, every first lady has taken on special projects. And I think my husband's understanding of how to get this economy moving in places that have been left behind will be incredibly valuable."
Clinton was also asked about her choice of a vice-presidential candidate and the possibility that media mogul Mark Cuban might be a postulant.