Cynthia, we took your question to Team Clinton. And a source there told us that a year from now, the secretary, quote, "will be at the beginning of the next chapter of her life, as yet unwritten," but that will surely include continuing to work on the issues she's cared about her entire adult life. And she'll probably do so in a way that resembles what her husband has been doing since leaving the White House. As for specifics, she's still figuring that out herself.
And Jim Dedman asks a question on many people's minds. "Why isn't George Will on Twitter?"
Jim, that's a mystery to us, too. So we asked George, and he told us, quote, "I don't think in 140 characters, but in 751-word chunks." Seven hundred fifty-one words, it sounds about column length, George.
More questions next week? Send them in at #AskGeorge. And Mr. Stephanopoulos will have a special surprise next Sunday for all of you in the Twitterverse.
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