Chelsea Clinton says she gets asked about running for office almost every day

Chelsea Clinton discussed her work with the Clinton Global Initiative, living in New York and all those questions about her future in politics.
By Kate Stanton Follow @KateStan Contact the Author   |   Updated March 24, 2014 at 10:34 AM
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Hillary Clinton dodged inevitable questions about a 2016 run this Saturday at the Clinton Global Initiative University event in Tempe, Ariz., on Saturday. But her daughter, Chelsea, told Jimmy Fallon on Thursday that she's been getting those questions since she was a toddler.

“Very few days go by when I don’t get that question,” Clinton said when the Tonight Show host asked about her own political aspirations.

"On of my earliest childhood memories is being on the campaign trail with my dad in Arkansas and being three years old," she said. "I have this vivid memory of a woman coming up to me and saying, 'So are you going to be the governor of Arkansas?' And I remember saying, 'I'm three.'"

[H/T Mediaite]

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