Hillary Clinton Looking Forward to 'Normal Life'

The secretary of state talks to Cynthia McFadden about life after State Department.
2:52 | 01/30/13

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We cannot confirm that they also think "downton abbey" is a reality show. Last night, the senate overwhelmingly approved john kerry as hillary clinton's replacement. Will she come back to washington and how? Come of the questions that cynthia McFadden asked her yesterday. Cynthia? Good morning, george. I've interviewed secretary clinton nearly a dozen times over the years. I have never seen her as relaxed as she was yesterday. We got personal, discussing the lingering effects of her concussion. While she's logged almost 1 million miles on the job, it's where she's going next that has everybody talking. Hillary clinton has only three days left as the u.S. Secretary of state. So the question everyone is asking, what will her next job be? In the past few days, a pac called, ready for hillary, has been launched. Can you still say with a straight face that you have -- that there's no way you would consider running for president? Sitting here right now, that is certainly what I believe. And I am looking forward to having something resembling a normal life again. Reporter: And yet, are we up to maybe? That's very good, cynthia. I don't know how else to say it but I am going to get back into my life again. See how it feels. Reporter: When you conceded defeat in the primary, you made a speech that said, there are 18 million cracks in the ceiling. And the light is shining through. Reporter: If in the next couple of years, it appears, as it does right now, that you might be the person to break through the glass ceiling and become the first female president of the country, would you feel an obligation to seize that mantle? I want to see the glass ceiling shattered. I don't thing it has to be any partson. It has to be the convergence of the right candidate and historical forces. Reporter: She visited more countries as secretary of state than any of her predecessorses, 112. Her travels came to an end after suffering a concussion. She's wearing glasses now. This whole seeing double thing? I have lingering effects from the concussion. They'll dissipate over the next couple of week. She says she plans to write a book. I asked what she'll do on saturday when she woke up and was no longer in office. She said she had though particular plans but she might just go back to sleep for awhile. I bet you got a signature laugh when you asked that question, as well. More answers on the future plans for a little while? I think so. Thank you, cynthia. Her last day on friday.

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