you. We'll turn now to former secretary of state hillary clinton who stepped back into the spotlight this week with a rousing speech in new york that had everyone watching for hints about her future... See More
you. We'll turn now to former secretary of state hillary clinton who stepped back into the spotlight this week with a rousing speech in new york that had everyone watching for hints about her future and another possible run for the white house. Abc's reena ninan is in washington with more. Good morning, reena. Reporter: Good morning, bianna. Oh, the tea leaves. She is soaring in national polling working on a book about her time as secretary of state but perhaps the biggest indication hillary clinton is running for president is simply that she hasn't said no. Probably a good idea to just find out how tired I am. Reporter: Will she or won't she? I am not thinking about anything like that right now. Reporter:2016 watchers already looking for clues. What's next? Reporter: Friday at the women in the world summit hillary clinton offered this. So many of the countries that threaten regional and global peace are the very places where women a deprived of dignity and opportunity. Reporter: Highlighting the need to empower women across the world. No specific mention of the need to getting a woman in here. Whoo! Reporter: But the pressure has begun. I think it's really important that we see strong women leaders showing us what we can do. Reporter: There's already a super pac ready for hillary but could she redeem 2008's devastating loss in iowa. Hard to forget. I congratulate senator obama. Reporter: Even if she does win the primary clinton would face an opponent ready for battle. We'll have a republican party out of power for eight years. Reporter: The former secretary of state is taking her time and if she chooses not to run, there still maybe hope for a female commander in chief in 2016. In the elections that we saw last november was a call by the american voters for more women's leadership. It elected a historic number of women into the senate, into the house. Reporter: But for now the spotlight remains on hillary clinton. She'll speak in texas later this month. Until she says yes or no, the hillary fever continues. Dan and bi.
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